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1986] Lakeland 






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ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 198 



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An Antioch sponsored amateur baseball 
team has won the Continental Amateur 
Baseball Assn. College Div. World Series 
Title. 

The team, called the Lake County 
Thorobreds. practiced and played its home 
games at the Antioch High School baseball 
field. Though players on the team were 
accepted from anywhere. in Lake County; it 
was sponsored by Flo's Family Hair. Care, 
the First National Bank of Antioch. the State 
Bank of Antioch. Raymond Chevrolet. Dick 




Witt-State Farm, Thelen Sand and Gravel, 
and Proctor's fax Services. 

Playing in a double elimination round 
robin, the Thorobreds thrashing ol the 
Quebec; Canada team by a score of 17-3. 
combined with Cincinnati's 7-6 loss to 
Fresno. Cal.. clinched the title for the An- 
tioch-based. team. Comprised of college 
baseball players between the ages of 19-22. 
five Antioch High School graduates played 
for the team. They are John Humphries, 
pitcher. Northwestern University; .Craig 
Prat her. infield-outfield. Iowa State 
University;/ Vince Gawerecki, pitcher. 
College of Lake County ; John Buggies, who 
does not play in college; and Lester Zitkus. 
outfield, University of Indiana at Evansville. 
. This was U* Ttwrobrvda' first season o( 
play. By mid-season, they did not appear to 
be going anywhere, posting a; record of 6-7. 
Suddenly* they caught fire and could do no 
wrong; finshing the regular season with a 13- 
9 record; Although it was only good enough to 
give' them . a third place; finish, , behind 
LaGrangc and Glen Ellyn. in the 
Metropolitan League, it did 'get them a 
playoff berth. From there, the team did not 
look back.; as it eliminated everything in 
sight until finally, it stood alone as world (or 
at least North American) champions. 

Leading the offense for the Thorobreds 
was World Series Most Valuable Player. 
.John Humphries, who hit .411-' with i; seven 
home runs and 33 runs batted in -for the 
season. Other offensive standouts included 
i'Gi'bfl Flynn of Grayslake who. batted ^.365 
with three home runs and 29 RBI's; Todd 
Parola. also of Grayslake. who hit .352 with 
lour home runs and 32 RBVs. After a slow 
start, Prather led the team in. on-base per-, 
centage 1.494) and'finished with a .302 bat-* 
ling average. 

. The team was coached by Wayne Rey and 
managed by Andy Proctor, both of Antioch. 

HillviewSet 
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Tne Antioch Rotary Club will hold its an- 
nual Barbecue Dinner and Auction on Satur- 
day, Sept. 27 at the VFW Action Center on 
North Aye, Dinner will begin at 5:30p.m. and 
the auction will begin at 7 p.m. 

This popular annual event is, along with 
the annual Rotary Stock Car race, the major 
fUndr'aising project of the year. Tickets are. 
available from all Rotary Club members for 
$10 each and entitle bearers to entry and to 
the barbecue pork chop dinner. 

Tne Rotary Club It seeking items of 
reasonable auction value for the event. Spor- 
t ng goods, power tools, anti^ji; is, and other 
similar items are always popular at auction. 
Anyone who withes to donate to the auction 
may call Roy Pomreningat (312) 39S-M83. 

All funds will be used for the Rotary's 
projects which include scholarships, ex- 
change students, and donations to support 
community and school events. 




World Champions 

The Lake County Thorobreds. on amateur team of baseball players between the 
ages of 19-22, won the 1986 World Series Title. Sponsors and members of the team 
include, from left: Lisa Garofalo, Flo's Family Hair Care: Janet Stein, 1st National 
Bank of Antioch; Wayne Rey, coach; Vince Gawerecki, pitcher and strike-out 
leader; Ray Scorpelii, Raymond Chevrolet; John Ruggles, pitcher and ERA leader; 
Andy Proctor, manager; Florence Babusek, State Bank of Antioch; and Christe 
Cermak, Flo's Family Hair Care. 

Recefve More Entries 




The Antioch News-Reporter's Oldest 
Newspaper contest has been extended into 
September. In honor of its 100th year of 
publication, the News-Reporter is seeking 
the oldest available complete copy. 

Total entries so far are three, with the en- 
tries filed by Mrs. Dortha Chase and 
Lorraine Blackman last Wednesday, Aug. 23. 

A bronze plaque will be awarded to the 
holder of the oldest copy and $100 will be 
donated to the Lakes Region Historical 
Society in the name of the recipient. 

At the winner's option, the oldest copy will 
either be turned over to the historical society 
or returned to its owner. - 

Antioch's first newspaper, the Antioch 
News, began publication in 1886, six years 
before the village itself was incorporated. 
The newspaper will celebrate its centennial 
with a festive luncheon in the fall. 

As a reminder, the rules of the Oldest An- 



tioch News Contest are simple: Bring the 
paper to the News-Reporter office at 962 
Main St. for authentication and documen- 
tation. Dates and owners, will be r e c or d ed 
and kept secret until the contest is over. Of- 
ficers of the Lakes Region Historical Society 
will assist with judging and authentication. . 

Publisher William H.Schroeder noted that 
the founders and early publishers did not 
maintain complete records of early editions, 
so newspaper officials do not know where the 
oldest copy is and what is the earliest date of 
publication. . 

The Antioch News-Reporter is cooperating 

with the Antioch Twp. Library and the 

Illinois State Historical Society to microfilm 

the earliest copies available that can be 

' recorded. 

So search those attics and trunks : you may 
be the holder of the oldest issue of the historic 
Antioch News. 



Man Wit h Stab Wound Has 
Dinner Before Collapsing 



Responding to a call at 1 a.m. on Monday, 
Aug. 25, Antioch Police discovered. Jerry W. 
Price, 26, of Ingleside in the bathroom of the 
Vault Restaurant in Antioch with a stab 
wound. . 

Antioch Police Lt. Tom Fisher said that 
Price was in a highly intoxicated state at the 
time and tried to fight with police-officers 
every time he was awakened. 

Witnesses at the restaurant said that Price 
came in, ordered a meal, and was eating 
quietly. He got up to go to the washroom. Wit- 
nesses beard a loud noise in the washroom 



and Price did not return, so they called the 
police. 

Investigating officers found no evidence 
that the stabbing occurred in the washroom. 
Officials believe he must have already been 
wounded when he came into the restaurant. 

Price is resting in fair condition at St. 
Therese Hospital. Police, who were unable to 
question him at the time he was taken in, ex- 
pect to be able to question him later in the 
week. 

Officers do not know bow the stabbing oc- 
curred. 




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Kevin D. Arion, 13, of Lake Villa is in 
critical condition at Victory Memorial 
Hospital after losing control of his motor- 
cycle and crashing into a cement em- 
bankmeatin Antioch.^ 

According to Lt. Tom Fisher of the Antioch 
Police Dept, Arion was heading up the hill 
on Hillside St. near Orchard Ave. at 6:30 p.m. 
on Sunday; Aug. 24, when be lost control of 
his motorcycle. He first hit a parked car and 



then slammed into the cement embankment I 
near Roland's Bakery . 

Witnesses said that Arion was driving ex- 
tremely fast. 

- The Antioch Police Dept. and the Antioch , 
Rescue Squad responded to the call and | 
found Arion unconscious and badly injured at 
the scene. He remained in critical condition 
at press time. 



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Sept. 1 2 

Lake County Clerk Linda 
Hess will be hosting an old 
time, country-style pig roast 
on Friday, Sept. 12, from 5 
p.m. to dusk, at the Heather 
Ridge Picnic Grove, Gurnee. 

This end-of-summcr ex- 
travaganza marks thc ( 
second in a series of fund 
. raisers sponsored by the 
HESS for County Clerk 
Campaign Committee. 

A large array of per- 
sonalities arc expected to 
attend, including many area 
voters who support retaining 
two-party government in 
Lake County. 

Hess states," With the Nov. 
4 election approaching, the 
question of keeping a check 
-and balance system alive in 
' the Waukegan Courthouse is 
more prevelant than ever. 
One-party control is bad 
wherever it exists and this is 
one of the major messages 
my'campaign is addressing. 
As a Gurnee resident living 
at Heather Ridge, I am 
pleased to be able to meet 
area residents at a personal 
basis and will be available to 
discuss this and other issues 
of the campaign." 

Tickets may be obtained 
by contacting Karen Ryd- 
berg. chairman of ticket 
sales, Lindenhurst.at 
(312)356-7104. Donations are 
S15 per person. 



Deadlines 
Nearing 

"The deadlines for filing 
tax levies with the county 
clerk's office are rapidly 
approaching," reports Lake 
County Clerk Linda Hess. 

The following taxing 
districts have filing 
deadlines during the month 
of September: road and 
bridge districts, Sept. 2; 
townships (both corporate 
and general assistance fun- 
ds), Sept. 9; gravel districts, 
Sept. .9; sanitary districts, 
Sept. 9; fire protection 
districts, Sept. 9; mosquito 
abatement districts, Sept. 9; 
all cities and villages, Sept. 
9; park districts, Sept. 16; 
and library districts, Sept. 
23. 

- "The secretary of each 
district is required to file a 
certified copy of their tax 
levy with the Tax Extension 
and Redemption division of 
the county clerk's office. 
This office is located on the 
sixth floor (Room 601) of the 
county building in 
Waukegan," Hess continued. 
"In addition, those taxing 
- districts that are required to 
hold public hearings to com- 
ply with the Truth in 
Taxation Act must file a cer- 
tification signed by the 
district's chief presiding of- 
ficer indicating that a public 
hearing was held," Hess 
noted. 

The Tax Extension and 
Redemption office can be 
reached at (312) 360-6657 if 
the taxing districts have any 
questions about filing the- 
levies with the county. 

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Cinderella Gets Her Slipper 

Jockie's Hallmark set a little girl's shoe in its window to find the owner, with a sign 
asking who the little Cinderella was that had lost her shoe during Maxwell Street 
Days. Coming to reclaim the shoe were, from left: Cheryl Henning, Cinderella's 
mom; Wally Henning, the dad; little Bonnie Jean 'Cinderella' Henning; Charles 
Bonser, the grandfather who recognized the shoe; Dolores Banser, grandmother; 
and Jackie and George Olisar, owners of Jackie's Hallmark. After the shoe was 
found, the Olisar's put a sign in the window notifying passers-by that Prince Char- 
ming had reclaimed Cinderella's shoe. 






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by CHARLES JOHNSTON 

The hearing before the Illinois. Pollution 
Control Board to review the Illinois En- 
vironmental Protection Agency's (IEPA) 
denial of a permit to receive and inject 
sludge at Hillview Farms in Richmond is 
scheduled for Thursday and Friday, Aug. 28 
and 29, It will be held at Richmond-Burton 
High School. Time has been set aside on Aug. 
28 from 6 to 10 p.m. to hear comments from 
the public. Asst. Atty. Gen. Matt Dunn noted 
that after the regular hearing is finished, 
probably the afternoon of Aug. 29, additional 
time will be available for comments from the 
i genera] public. 

As the date approaches for what many 
believe will settle the issue, the citizens' 
committee and the attorney general's office 
are confident that they will prevail and 
Hillview will have to cease its sludge 
operations. 

Richmond attorney Donald Stinespring, 
who is the vice-chairman of the -citizens' 
committee and has acted as its legal counsel, 
said, "We are doing our best to be prepared. 
We will be impressive. 

"There were eight specific reasons for 
denial by the IEPA as well as general 
arguments. If the IEPA is right on any one of 
those reasons, the appeal should be denied. 1 
believe the IEPA was right." 

Stinespring added that while the .com- 
mittee has not always been confident of the 
"outcome, they have always known that they 
were right. He says he is not sure when to ex- 
pect notification of the pollution control 
[board's decision, but that someone from his 
'committee will ask. 

• Dunn, who has handled the case for the at- 
torney general's office, expressed his con- 
fidence that the IEPA properly reviewed the 
application. 

"1 believe the IEPA should be upheld," he 
said. "McHenry County would have been 
greatly disserved if the agency (IEPA) had 



done otherwise;" 

Dunn noted that this hearing only covers 
the appeal of the first denial. While the ap- 
peal should cause Hillview sludge operations 
to stop if it is denied, Hillview could ask that 
operations be allowed to continue while the 
appeal on the second denial is pending. 
Though Dunn does not believe that would be 
allowed, it is up to the pollution control board 
to make the decision. 

Arnold May, the owner of Hillview, com- 
mented only that "both sides will be presen- 
ted and the pollution control board will make 
the decision." 

May added that he will wait until after the 
board has made its decision to make any fur- 
ther comment, though he said his side is well 
prepared. 

May's operations suffered quite a blow 
when his biggest customer, Abbott 
Laboratories, stopped shipping sludge to the 
farm on Aug. 8. According to Abbott 
spokesman Charles Weber, the company had 
a contractual obligation to ship six million 
gallons of sludge to Hillview annually. Ab- 
bott's sludge is now being shipped toother 
EPA approved sites. - 

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News-Reporter 
Seeks Local 



Volunteers Seek Helpers 
To Stage Footlights Acts 



Plans for this year's "Footlights" per- 
formance are under way. The theme this 
year, "Footlights and Fancy Free," will 
highlight 11 rooms of new, continuous en- 
tertainment and a variety ol food and 
refreshments. 

Footlights will run for two consecutive 
weekends, Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 and also Nov. 7 



and 8. It will be held at St. Peter's School in 
Antioch. Tickets will go on sale Sept. 23 at all 
Antioch financial institutions, at Realty 
World-Tifrany Real Estate, and at St. Peter's 
Rectory. 

Anyone who would like to work at this 
event or who has a talent to share should call 
Bruce Pagni at (312) 395-1404 or Jim Haley al 
(312)395-5292. 




icon Split May 
Boost Hess Candidacy 



Columnist 



The Antioch News-Reporter is seeking a 
local columnist. The columnist will report on 
events. of local interest, wilh emphasis on 
what various local individuals and groups 
arc doing. ,,. 

If you are active and always seem to know 
what is going on around town, call Mike 
Pramshaferat< 312) 223-8161. 



District 34 Approves Budget, 
Reviews Student Absences 



Antioch Grade School Dist. 34 gave, ten- 
tative approval to its budget for the '86-'87 
school year at its regular meeting on 
Tuesday, Aug. 19. The budget will be on file 
in the. district office for 30 days for public in-' 
spection and will receive final approval at 
the meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 23. 

The total amount of the budget was 
$4,761,131.75 with $3,204,559.75 in the 
education fund. 

The schools will begin the year with an ap- 
proximate enrollment of l ,525 students. 

The board examined two policies recom- 
mended by the Illinois Assn. of School Boar- 
ds. The first clarifies district policy on the 
per capita charge for out-of-district students. 
The second is ' an equal opprotunity 
statement on the distribution of resources 
equally in all buildings throughout the 



district. Both policies will be reviewed by the 
board this month and will come up for final 
approval at the next regular meeting. 

The board examined the student absence 
report from last year; While the school ex- 
ceeds the statewide average attendance 
figures, officials were concerned that junior 
high school attendance (95.1 percent) was 
lower, than that of elementary attendance 
(95.9 percent). 

"By the time children reach junior high 
school,"' most childhood diseases have 
passed," said Supt. Donald Skidmore. "Of 
course, we realize that junior high is the level 
at which truancy problems usually begin, but 
the board is examining ways of improving at- 
tendance." 



Students uf all schools in |he district will 
•find that daily lunch prices have increased to 

95 cents from' 90 cents last year. 



byJOHNSTEINKE 

Political Columnist ' 

Democratic County Clerk 
Linda Hess of Gurnee is 
seeking reelection to a 
second four-year, term in the 
Nov. 4 election. Currently, 
Hess is the only Democrat 
holding county wide office. 
Her GOP opponent is County 
Board Dist. 4 Rep. Donna- 
Mae Litwiler of Ingleside. 
.Four year's ago, Hess 
defeated Republican Harry 
Thomas of Libertyville by 
353 votes out of 111,187 votes 
registered in the contest. 
Hess succeeded Democrat 
Grace Mary Stern, who ser- 
ved three terms as county 
clerk. The Democrats have 
controlled the county clerk's 
office for the past 16 years. 

Antioch Twp. has been a 
Republican bastion since the 
Great Flood. Dist 4 County 
Board Rep. and Twp Super- 
visor, Jim Fields, has been 
the dominant political figure 
in the area. Fields will cam- 
paign hard for Litwiler's 
election. In 1988, Fields will 
be seeking reelection to the 
county board from Dist. 4, 
which includes Antioch,. 
Avon, Grant, and Lake Villa 
Twps. By supporting Lit- 
wiler's candidacy, Fields 
will probably secure the en- 
dorsement of the Grant Twp. 
Republican machine. in his 
reelection bid. There has 
been a sharp decline in 
Fields' popularity in Avon 
and Lake Villa Twps. He will 
need Grant Twp.'s support to 
enhance his reelection 
prospects. 

A feud has developed bet- 
ween Antioch Twp. 
Republican Chairman Chuck 



Kempf and Fields. Kempf 
supported Litwiler's 
primary opponent, Waucon- 
da Village Clerk Venita L. 
McConnel. Will the Fields- 
Kempf differences impair 
the effectiveness of the An- 
tioch Twp. GOP organization 
in the fall election? 

In addition, Antioch Twp. 
may be ringing in a new 
political era. Last year, 28- 
year-old Mark Ring defeated 
incumbent Dave Heath for 
Antioch Twp. Highway Com- 
missioner. Heath had been 
appointed to the office by 
Supervisor Jim Fields. 
Ring's election was further 
evidence that Fields' 
political base has eroded in 
his home township. In all 
likelihood, Fields will face 
an election challenge for 
supervisor in 1989. The Rings 
are the most closely-knit and 
politically skilled family in 
western Lake County .'.There 
are more Rings than rabbits 
in Antioch Twp. The Ken- 
nedys are the Rings of 
national politics. The 
fragmentation of Antioch 
politics may benefit Linda 
Hess' reelection campaign. 
Following are Antioch 



Twp. election results for the 

last four county clerk races: 

•1970: Dems. 1,119 (36.7%); 

Reps, 1,928 (63.3%); 

majority to Reps, by 809 

votes. 

-1974: Dems, 1,552 (53.9%); 

Reps, 1,329 (46.1%); 

majority to Dems by 223 

votes. 

r 1978: Dems, 2,084 (55.4%); 

Reps, 1,675 (44.6%); 

majority to Dems by 409 

votes. 

-1982: Dems, 1,906 (45.0%); 

Reps, 2,236 (55.0%); 

majority to Reps by 420 

votes. 

During the last four county 
clerk elections, the 
Democrats have averaged 
48.2 percent of the Antioch 
Twp. vote. Hess captured 
45.0 percent of the ballots 
four years ago. Hess will 
need the same percentage of 
Antioch Twp. vote in the 
Nov. 4 election. She must 
stress her incumbency and 
denounce Litwilers inef- 
fectiveness on the county 
board. Hess must also em- 
phasize that her reelection is 
essential to the preservation 
of the two-party system in 
Lake County. 





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Tickets are now on sale for 
Victory Memorial Hospital's 
sixth annual Famous Chef 
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Sept. 14 at the Illinois Beach 
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year," the benefit features 
specialties from each of the 
participating restaurants. 

Tickets for the benefit are 
$25 each or $100, for two 
tickets plus a program 
listing as a donor. 

Tickets are available by 
calling the hospital at 



(312)360-4127 or (312)360- 

4015. Only 1200 tickets will be 
available. 

Some specialties to be of- 
fered will be chicken livers 
en croutc, assorted pates, 
five onion soup, crab meat 
Pestalozzi, prime rib, filet 
mignon, scallops muscadet, 



Heritage Dance Theatre 
Drops Final Curtain 



The Heritage Dance 
Theatre, a not-for-profit cor- 
poration based in Liber- 
tyville, announced at its 
regular quarterly meeting 
on Aug. 7 that the board of 
directors unanimously ap- 
proved dissolution of the 



Set Park 

Sept. 

Agenda 

Every weekend during the 
month of September, Six 
Flags Great America will 
present the park's first an- 
nual Country Crafts Jam- 
boree, a fall celebration 
featuring craft demon- 
strations, merchandise, 
special entertainment and 
foods that make our Indian 
Summers special. 

Beginning Saturday, Sept. 
6, Great America will be 
decked out in the spirit of an 
old fashioned fall country 
fairground. The entire park 
will be decorated with bun- 
dles of corn stalks, 
haystacks, pumpkins and In- 
dian corn. 

Hometown Square will be 
the center of activity for 
Country Crafts Jamboree, 
where many artisans and 
craftpeoplc will provide a 
unique selection of their han- 
dcrafted art for Guests to 
view and purchase. 

There will also be an old 
fashioned haywagon, com- 
plete with scarecrow, 
displayed in front of the 
Grand Music Hall, and 
Hometown Square's shop 
windows will be specially 
decorated with the hand- 
painted Looney Tunes and 
storybook character pum- 
pkins. 

For entertainment, there 
are loads of fun-filled, foot- 
stompin' activities. For star- 
ters, Robinson's Racing 
Pigs, swinedom's swiftest, 
will race in pursuit of Oreo 
cookies six times daily Sept. 
6 and 7 and 27 and 28 in Pic- 
torium Plaza. 

Square Dancing demon- 
strations and mixers will be 
held during the entire 
festival in the American 
Eagle Arena, and Buck's 
Stove and Range Co. and the 
Hurtin' Buckaroos, popular 
) blue grass bands, will per- 
form at the Orleans Gazebo. 
# Street entertainers and 
fiddlers will be seen en- 
tertaining guests in all areas 
of the park. And the Wi- 
sconsin State Horseshoe Pit- 
ching Champions will 
demonstrate their winning 
form every weekend. 

Great America's weekend 
(Saturdays and Sundays 
only) operating hours during 
Country Crafts Jamboree 
are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 



company. donations from community 
"The Heritage Dance organizations, businesses, 
Theatre began in 1982 in an and individuals, and coun- 
attempt to bring a Uess volunteer hours by in- 
professional dance company terested persons, the corn- 
to the far northern suburbs, pany has not been able to 
Area dancers, ranging in age become financially self- 
from children to adults, per- sustaining," said Wendy 



lobster aurora, strawberry 
iflambe, key lime pie, 
brownie-truffle and white 
chocolate mousse. 

Ticket holders can eat all 
the gourmet delights they 
wish during the program 
from 2 to 6 p.m. 

Proceeds from the event 
will benmefit the scholorship 
fund for the hospital's 
chemical dependency unit 
which provides inpatient and 
outpatient programs for in- 
dividuals with drug and /or 
alcholism problems. 

Participating restaurants 
and food services this year 
will be Victory Memorial 
Hospital, Mathon's 
Restaurant, Pepe's Mexican 
Restaurant, Louie's 
Restaurant, Ling Ling 
Restaurant and Madison 



formed for four seasons, in 
original works. 

Heritage brought ■ other 
professional companies, 
such as the Chicago City 
Ballet, to perform before 
local audiences. Such an en- 
deavor entails a large fixed 
overhead in theatre rental 
fees, technician salaries, 
royalties, costumes, and 
dancer salaries. . 

Even with generous 



Singles Dance 

The, Aware Singles Group 
invites all singles to a dance 
with the live music of Happy 
Daze at 8:30 p.m., Friday, 
Sept. 5. at the Arlington Park 
Hilton Hotel,. 3400 Euclid 
Ave., Arlington . Heights. 
Admission is $6 for non- 
members. For more in- 
formation, call Aware at 
(312) 777-1005. 



Katzenmeier, treasurer and 
executive committee mem- 
ber. 

'in addition, we were 
unable to secure any of the 
dates requested for use of 
the high school auditorium 
for the 1966-87 season, which 
would have necessitated 
seeking new facilities at a 
time when finances were 
marginal," noted -Kat- 
zenmeier. 

"The board of directors 
extends its deepest gratitude 
to all the volunteers, paren- 
ts, dancers, students, and 
supporters who have made 
the many performances of 
the past four years out- 
standing critical successes. 
We hope interested persons 
will continue to support dan- 
ce arts through other area 
dance companies," said 
Owen Hanner, dancer and 
board chairman. 



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Conference Center, Zion; 
Market Square Pastries, 
Lake Forest; Mers 
Restaurant, Wauconda; 
Country Squire, Grayslake; 
Le Francais, Wheeling; 
Cabriolet Rib & Steak House, 
Libertyville. 

Others serving gourmet 
delights at the event will be 
the Shrimp Walk of High- 
wood; AHgauer's Fireside, 
Northbrook; Americana 
Lake Geneva Resort, Lake 
Geneva; the Landings or 
Libertyville; Marriotts Lin- 
colnshire ' Resort, Lin- 
colnshire. 

Also Le Vichyossois, 
McHenry; Lake County 
Area Vocational Center, 



Grayslake; Apple Tree 
Restaurant, Ingleside; 
Backyard Steak Pit, Gur- 
nee; Hoffs Columbia Bay 
Tavern, Lake Villa; Johnny 
D's Pier 83, Grayslake; Rip- 
tides, McHenry; Tavern in 
the Town, Libertyville; and 
Zackery's, Gurnee. 

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will be Alexis, Vernon Hills; 
Green ; Bay Shipping 
Co., Waukcgan; Midlane 
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Zubrzycki's Warsaw Inn, 
McHenry; McCormicks, 
Lake Bluff, and The Upper 
Deck Steak House. 

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The Lake County Museum 
Assn. Girt Shop is sponsoring 
a farmers, growers and 
gardeners market on Sun- 
day, Sept. 21, from 11 a.m. -4 
p.m. at the Lake County 
Museum. Farmers, growers- 
and gardeners are needed to 
participate. 

The market will be held in 
conjunction with the Lake 
County Museum Assn.'s Fall 
Festival of Pioneer Crafts. 
The festival includes 
demonstrations by volunteer 



artisans demonstrating 
crafts such as woodcarving, 
spinning, weaving, chair 
caning, log hewing, 
vegetable dying, and many 
others. 

* Farmers, growers and 
gardeners must provide 
their own table or may sell 
out of their tailgate. Booth 
space is provided for $15 
each. Flowers, fruits,, 
vegetables, herbs, etc. are 
all welcome. Any interested 
participants should call the 



museum at (312)526-7878. 

Lake County Forest 
Preserve District President 
Donald Strenger said, "The 
Fall Festival is one of the 
museum association's most 
popular programs, 
farmers, growers, 
gardeners market 
enhance an already 
program." 



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PAA&L Will Award Best At Banquet 



by GLORIA DAVIS J 

Members of the PM&L 
Theater group of Antioch 
will be feting the dramatic 
and technical ac- 
complishments of the 
'organization's 25th An- 
niversary Year when they 
gather at their annual awar- 
ds dinner to be held at the 
Tower Room in Antioch, 
starting with cocktails at 6 
p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 13. 

Nominated for outstanding 
actress in a lead role are An- 
ne Marie CinaC'Fiddler On 
The Roof), Jamie 
SeputisC'The Man Who 
Came To Dinner"), Donna 
BadtkeC'They're Playing 
Our Song"), Nancy 
Thomas(*'The Mousetrap"), 
Jane Miles{ "South 
Pacific'',, Linda Ray 
WiltiamsC'No Sex Please 
We're British"). 



Nominated for the out- 
standing actor in a lead role 
award arc: Ken 
SmouseC'Fiddler"), Tom 
HausmanC'Dinner"), Peter 
ThelenC'Song"), Lou 
JonesC'Pacific"), and 
Larry AndresC'No Sex"). J 

Major supporting* 
nominations went to Debbie 
BenoCTiddler"), Rosline 
Trusky( "Fiddler"), Ricky 
ApostalC'Dinner"), Dee 
BaumC'Dinner"), Pat 
Hill("Pacific"),. Mickey 
MandclC'No Sex"), Mark 
Badtke( "Fiddler"), Larry 
BersieC" Fiddler"), Bobby 
Mullowney( "Fiddler"), Th : 
elen( "Dinner"), Phillip 
Jaegert "Mousetrap") and 
Randy Miles( "Pacific"). 

Minor supporting award 
nominations went to Lillian 
AllenC'Fiddler"), Ricky 
ApostalC'Fiddler"), Tracy 



KederleinC'Dinner"), Don- 
na O'DonnelC'Dinner"), 
Aileen Biel("Mousetrap"), 
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delC'Dinner"), Frank 
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Mark BadtkeC'Pacific"), 
Stan Li vermore( "Pacific"), 
HausmanC'NoSex"). 
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standing youth performer 
nominations: Julie Sacco, 
Jane Hausman, Dana Ber- 
sie, all from the cast of "Fid- 
dler" and Audra Miles, Scott 
Badtke and Kerrian 
Nauseda from "South 
Pacific." 

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Smouset "Dinner" and "No 
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manager Elmarie Beno get make their bid for their work 
that award' for their work in in "Mousetrap" but director 
"Fiddler," or will director Donna Badtke and stage 
Mickey Mandel and stage • manager Barb Cavage did 
manager Biel be recognized grea t wor k in "Pacific," as 
.for "Dinner"? dW Erector Smouse and 

manager Ricky Apostal in 

% Director Jones and stage "No Sex." 

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'American Grafittl' Dane© 

Lake County Parents Without Partners invites the public 
(single or married) to a 50's-GO's "American Grafitti" Fifth 
Friday Dance, at 9 p.m., Friday, Aug. 29/There will be con- 
tests, prizes, and dancing to the music of "39 & Holding." 
Donation is 15. 



Kirk Tells New Season 



The Kirk Players are 
delighted to bring audiences 
another four show season! 
This four show 21st Sub- 
scription Series will charm, 
tickle, thrill and, of course, 
entertain. 

The season begins on Sept. 
26 and 27 with the delightful 
comedy "Alone Together". 
This charmer opens as Mom 
and Dad are seeing their last 
born off to college. The nest 
is empty and quiet. The two 
can finally enjoy each others 



company with complete and 
utter privacy... but not for 
long! Why is it that grown 
children always seem to find 
their way back "home"? 
Author Lawrence Roman en- 
treats us to a wonderfully 
lighthearted view of this 
modern phenomenon. 

The fun continues on into 
December as the Kirk 
Players proudly present 
"The Odd Couple (Female 
Version)." This fresh, new 
Neil Simon comedy came to 
us straight from Broadway. 



Like it's male counterpart it 
is packed with laughs! ! ! The. 
zany characters- are 
j familiar, yet most certainly 
different! Be there on Dec. 5 
and 6 and indulge in levity! 

"Ten Little Indians", 
Agatha Christie's chilling 
talc of murder and intriquc 
will be brought to the Kirk 
stage March 6 and 7. Who 
could be the murderer? 
What would be the motive? 
Who will be next to die? This 
is a Christie classic. 




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Walworth County Fair Final Taste Of Summer 

tJ^^SltX^ W]S ? ons]n for a «nal |n ^j2S w! re ?i in | WCCl ^ d IS C J? mlng up <**** °ays. Green Co. Tourism, Box 516R., tsmeti. Delicate laces of the herit 
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iding into nearby Wisconsin Tor a final . Another interesting weekend is coming up 

of the fast disappearing summer may m Monr <». Ws., the Swiss Cheese Capital of 

be toward Elkhom, where the six-day tiie U.S.A., they say. Everyone is "Willkom- 

Walworth County Fair ends on Labor Day. men" to the Cheese Days festival, Friday, 

Farm animals and machinery, music, foods, Sept. 19 through Sunday, Sept. 21. It is Green 

horse races and gasoline vehicle power County's biggest and most colorful show and 
struggles will capture the attention of 
visitors. 



occurs once every two years. 



Cheese Days, Green Co. Tourism, Box 516R., tsmen. Delicate laces of the heritage are 
Monroe, Ws., 53566, or calling (606) 325-7771. made there for purchase along with ethnic 

foods and drink. 
Just a few miles beyond Monroe and about Travelers heading east may be intrigued 
two hours from Chicagoland, is New Gtarus, by another ethnic concentration of housing 
Ws., It is the result of a group of Swiss im- an d homeland customs found at German 



are available from the Walworth 
Fair Office by calling (414) 723-3228. 



Country western is the musical theme and A highlight of the first evening will be the 
Johnny Cash is featured on Saturday at 6:30 public Cheesemakers Ball at Turner Hall. It 
and 8:30 p.m. performances. Activity details will honor 1000 farm families that produce 

County milk products, cheesemakers from 36 fac- 
tories in south Ws., and northern Illinois, as 
well as foreign type cheesemakers. More 
than 30 varieties of cheese will be on sale at 
bargain prices throughout the festivities. 
Available by the ton, it's an opportunity to 
stock up on the best cheeses for family and 
friends.. .at factory prices. 

Entertainment is ongoing throughout the 
three days and features Swiss accordion 
music, singers, dancers, yodelers, flag 
throwers and bell ringers, all of which 
provide an authentic Swiss flavor. Monroe, 
on Rte. Ws-69, just above Freeport, III., is 
surrounded by rolling pasturelands. The 
hospitable heritage of the countryside makes 
it one of Wisconsin's largest ethnic festivals 
and rated among the top 100 festivals in the 
nation. Details arc available by writing 




migrants from Canton Glarus in Switzerland 
seeking new free lands that resembled their 
own. In 1845, tbe> invested their savings and 
launched on a trip that started from Glarus, 
Switzerland in April and ended in August, at 
New Glarus, Ws. 

The rest is American history and today 
New Glarus is an interesting visitor point. 



Village in Columbus, Ohio. Their three-day 
Ocloberfest starts Friday, Sept. 5. The 
festival is held in the historic Old Brewery 
Dist. of Columbus, which once surpassed the 
breweries of Cincinnati or Milwaukee. 
Minutes from downtown, this 1800 building 
community applies a strict ordinance on ex- 
terior building maintenance and remodeling. 
Authentic Swiss type buildings and chalets At all times, the European flavor prevails 
are colorfully decorated and carved by craf- with or without an Octoberfest. 




Schedule 
Audition 

Auditions are set for the 
fall theater productions at 
the College of Lake County 

Beginning Oct. 10, the 
children's show, "Story 
Theater" by Paul Sills will 
run for two weekends. The 
play combines Jairy tales 
from Hans Christian An- 
derson and the Brothers 
Grimm in a show with 
universal appeal. The show 
offers actors an opportunity 
to play a variety of roles and 
to learn the technique of 
rapid costume changes. 

■ George Bernard Shaw's 
"Arms and the Man" begins 
its two-weekend run on 
Nov.14. 

Auditions will be held on 
Sept. 3 and 4 in the college 
theater, building five at 7 
p,m. Members of the com- 
munity are invited to 
' audition. 

Scripts for both of the 
plays are available at the 
circulation desk of the Lear- 
ning Resource Center on the 
Grayslake campus. 

For further information 
call CLC theater instructors 
Eibhlin Glennon or Robert 
Coscarelli at (312)223-6601, 
ext.550. 



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Chicagoland artists 
residing within a 100 mile 
radius of the city's loop are 
invited to enter the 10th 
annual Alice and Arthur 
Baer Art Competition and 
Exhibition to be held this 
November at the Beverly 
Art Center, 2IS3 West II lth 
St 

The center-sponsored 
competition offers three top 
awards to winning artists: a 
first prize $2,500 recognition, 
a second S 1,500 placement, 
and a third $1000 prize. Also 
several honorable mention 
awards totaling over $600 
arc given at the discretion of 
the judge. 

Roger Brown, 

distinguished prolific 
exhibiting artist whose work 
appears in sales galleries, 



museums, universities, 
corporate and public 
collections throughout 
Chicago, across the nation, 
and in Europe, will be the/ 
preliminary and final judge. 
He has studios in Chicago 
and New Buffalo, Michigan. 
. The competition looks for 
professionally finished 
framed works in oil, 
watcrcolor. print, 

photography, and other 
forms of serious art work in 
fibre and sculpture designed 
for hanging or free standing 



exhibition. 

All works selected by the 
judge will be part of the 
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show open to public viewing 
during November and 
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Brochure and entry for 
eligible participants , are 
available now at the center: 

All queries should be 
directed to the center of ficc, 
open Monday through 
Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., at 

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Hawthorn Will Hold Annual Rose Showing On Sept. 7 



On Sunday, Sept. 7, from 
noon to 5 p.m., the Nor- 
theastern Illinois Rose 
Society will present their 
19th Annual Rose Show, in 
the Marshall Field Court at 
Hawthorn Center. 

The Northeastern Illinois 
Rose Society is an affiliated 
member of the American 
Rose Society. "Putting on 
the Ritz" will be this year's 
theme. Colorful rose 
arrangements depicting 
such themes as "Top Hat, 



White Tie and Tails"; -"In 
the Lobby of the RitzV; 
"Flashdance"; "In the Em- 
peror's Garden"; and "A 
Night at the Oscars", will be 
prominently displayed at the 
exhibit as well as mini- 
arrangements taking on 
such themes as "Breakfast 
at Tiffany's"; "Here Comes 
the Bride" and "A Picnic at 
Ravinia." 

More than 150 categories 
of roses and rose 
arrangements will be 



Plans Square Dance 



Grab a partner and do-si- 
do at The Lambs Annual 
Square Dance Jamboree, 
Sunday, Sept. 7, from 1 to 4 
p.m. at Lambs Farm. The 
Lambs is located at the junc- 
tion of 1-94 and Rte. 176, two 
miles cast of Libertyville. 

The event, which kicks off 
National Square Dance 
Week, will feature more than 
100 costumed dancers from 



the Lake County Square 
Dance Assn. Professional 
callers from the Federation 
of Lake County Callers will 
lead the dancing. The public 
is invited to participate in or 
watch this free event. All 
parking is free. 

The Lambs is a not-for- 
profit community where 
mentally retarded adults 
live and work. 



Star Search' 56 

"Star Search" '86 has begun for the American Cancer 
Society (ACS). Anyone who has quit smoking during the past 
10 years is being sought by ACS volunteers. These persons 
will be featured as "stars" on Nov. 20, 1986, in the Cancer 
Prevention Study II newsletter. For more information, con- 
tact Barbara Bergslrom, chairman of the board, South West 
Lake County Unit, ACS. at (312) 438-8292. * 



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growers from northeastern 
Illinois and southern Wiscon- 
sin. All classes and trophies 
are open to any amateur 
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Announce Regulations For Duck-Hunter Blinds 



At the August meeting 
of the Chain-OLakes Fox 
River Waterway 

Management Agency, the 
following basic guidelines 
relating to building duck 
hunting blinds in the water- 
ways under the jurisdiction 
of the agency were approved 
by the board of directors and 
will be implemented this 
coming duck hunting season. 
Anv Questions pertaining to 

these guidelines • can be 
directed to the Waterway 
Management Agency office 
at 703 North Route 12; Fox 
Lake, Illinois, 60020, phone - 
(312) 587-8540 or to Director 
Charles G. Kempf at 25367 
W. Richmond Avenue, An- 
tioch, Illinois, 60002, phone - 
(312) 395-2494; (312) 395-2484 
in the p.m. A committee is 
being established to work 
with the agency to assist in 
controlling compliance. 

Director Kempf will 
represent the agency and 
Chuck Miller, Chief of Police 
of Antioch along with Roger 
Szudarski of Fox Lake will 
represent the hunting in- 
terests. The two members 
representing the boating in- 
terests have not been ap- 
pointed yet Duck hunting 
blind sites located in the 
waterways under the 

jurisdiction of the Chain-O- 
Lakes Fox River Waterway 
Management Agency. Ex- 
cept those blind sites 
designated by and under 
control of the Illinois Dept. of 
Conservation (IDOC) 
located within state con- 
trolled shooting areas in 
Grass and Nippersink 
Lakes. 

PURPOSE 



material has been removed, 
the committee shall verify 
area is cleared before the 

The agency is setting forth . 
basic guidelines to help in- 
sure compatible usage of the 
waters of the Chain-OLakes 
Area. It is not the intention to 
place undue harships on 
those interest in the sport of 
duck hunting. Since the 
leaving of blind construction 
materials in the water after 
hunting season has created 
safely and navigation 
problems, the agency, along 
with input from the hunting 
interests have established 
these guidelines. 

GUIDELINES: 

Prior to building duck hun- 
ting blinds in any portion of 
the waterways under the 
jurisdiction of the agency: 

1. Application will be made 
in person to the agency by . 
the person or persons 
wishing to build a duck blind. 

2. A security deposit of $100 
will be required at the time 

' of application to insure com- 
pliance with the established 
guidelines. 

3. The agency will assign a 
number associated with the 
established location of the 
blind sites and place on 
record the name, addresses 
and phone numbers of those 
persons associated with 
building the blind. 

4. A map of the lakes will be 
maintained at agency 
headquarters upon which the 
location of blinds will be 
marked and identified by 
number. - 

5. The agency will issue a 
card to be place in the blind 
listing the names and ad- 



Committee To Hold 



The Committee To Elect 
Donna-Mae Litwiler Lake 
County clerk will have an all 
American family picnic 
Labor Day weekend on Sun- 
day, Aug. 31, from 1 to 5 p.m. 
at Rosewood Farm (Rosing 
Farm), one mile west of 
HainesvilleonRt.120. 

Donation is $20, children 
under 14 attend free. The 



ticket price includes food.' 

beverages and a day of fun. 
Clowns, children's, games 
and much more. 

Tickets are available from 
Tim Osmond, treasurer at 
(312) 395-2500, or Rudy 
Magna Jr., general picnic 
chairman at (312) 623-5277, 
or at the gate. 



dresses of the owner and will 
issue a tag with identifying 
number, which is to be 
placed on the blind so as to 
be visible for inspection. 

6. No pipe, metal posts, 
chickenwlrc etc. will be 
utilized in support or con- 
struction of the duck blind. 

7. All materials utilized in 
-construction and 
camouflage of the blind shall 
be removed by the blind 
builders no later than April 
30 following the close of the 
hunting season. 

8. Those blind sites that are 
determined by the agency to 
be potential navigation 
hazards during the boating 
season will display an amber 
blinking light visible from 
dusk to dawn from the time 
of construction until close of 
the hunting season. After 
hunting season, reflective 
tape will be affixed so as to 
be visible until such time as 
blind and materials are 
removed. 

CONTROL 

A committee shall be for- 
med comprised of one mem- 
ber representing the agency 
directly, two members 
representing the duck hun- 
ting interest, and two mem- 
bers representing the 
boating interests. 

<A> This committee shall in- 
spect the blind sites to verify 
location; compliance witbV 
• construction requirements 
and to verify removal of 
material by April 30 and 
other regulations as set for- 
th. 

(B> After being notified by - 
the Mind builder that all 
deposit is refunded. 



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Secretary of State Jim 
Edgar will be in attendance 
to support Donna-Mae's can- 
didacy. 



(C) Any builder not com- 
plying with the clean-up 
requirements will be subject 
to forefeiture of deposit plus 
a fine and any additional 
clean up costs exceeding the 
$100 and may not be eligible 
to build a blind in these 
waters for the following two 



years, 

(D) THe committee shall 
make recommendations to 
the agency which blinds 
require amber blinking 
lights. 

(E) It shall be the respon- 
sibility of the committee to 



work with the hunting in- 
terest group to help per- 
petuate duck hunting onthe 
Chain-O-Lakes and to help 
alleviate problems relating 
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In a letter to the IEPA, Abbott Div. Coun- 
sel, Brian J. Smith, gave notice of Abbott's 
decision, saying, "As a result of.. .recent 
developments, Abbott will ship no additional 
sludge to Hillview Farms until the disposal 
issue and pending permit appeals are 
resolved.. .We have directed Hillview to 
cease and desist use of experimental 
procedures to dispose of Abbott sludge and to 
use the standard injection process to inject 
all remaining Abbott sludge at the Hillview 
site in accordance with its permits and all en- 
vironmental laws, rules and regulations." . 

The reference to experimental procedures 
arose from May's use of a pond on the farm 
to hold sludge for injection on fields that 
were distant from the umbilical unit from 
which sludge is piped. May said in an af- 
fidavit that he had not intended to use the 
pond as a holding site, but was just seeing if 
it could be used as a transfer point. 



Meeting On 
Road Tax Hike 
Runs Smoothly 

According to Antioch Twp. Road Com- 
missioner Mark Ring, the public hearing on 
the road department's proposed tax increase 
went smoothly. 
- About 20 people showed up to question Ring 
about what the money would go for and what 
it would mean on their tax bills. Residents 
found that for most homes, the increase 
would be a bout $30 per year. 

Easy approval was expected as most or the 
increase involves a one-lime charge for 
purchasing a new vehicle. Ring said that the 
vehicle will make it much easier to dear 
roads of snow when winter come. Residents 
were satisfied with the explanations given at 
the meeting. 




Designers 

Cling To Kid's Closets 

When I Think About It 



■>> GI.OMA DAVIS 

School bells have been chiming once again 
ill over the area and local grocery stores are 
unning out of applcst bought \'ov the 
eaeher). 

Mom can sit back after the usual frantic 
wo weeks of "back to school" shopping, and 
)lan Dad's favorite dinnert keeping an extra 
arge bottle of aspirins on handlto coincide 
vith his receipt of the bills for his darlings' 
•ecntrance into the world ol education. 
The merchandising moguls have long had 
heir tentacles into the children's clothing 
narket with sales ol outfits bearing "Cab- 
jage Patch" vying against those with "He- 
Wan" logos tor the lead in the kids' clothing 
narket. not to mention the sweat shirts, etc. 
rom the Strawberry Shortcake. Hug-A- 
Junch etc. 
Most parents realized that togs carrying 
hose logos were a few dollars more than the 
-.ame outfits without them. 
This year, not only are the logo-bearing 
■lothcs greater in abundance, but designers 
lave given the kids their very own styles, 
nuch of it modeled after the garb worn by 
he kids in the "Our Gang" comedies of the , 
9'JOs. 
In those days oversized caps worn back- 
yards and long shirttaiis hanging out were 
Considered sloppy and indigenous of "street 
-ids." Today's kids can achieve the same 
ook hut with a megabuck price tag. 
With peer pressure reaching down into the 
:ids dresser drawers, its hard to lake some 
>l the styles without buying the real thing. 

For instance, kids* regular shirttaiis are 
lot long enough to hangout from beneath the 
■versize sweaters, so one is forced to pay 
iieniitmi prices to achieve that most casual 
ook that started last year in GQ(Gen- 
leman's Quarterly, the top male fashion 
nag). 

Somehow, sending a girl child to a primary 
irado class wearing a ghller-Iadcned net 
ow in her hair and dressed like Madonna 
oes against the grain. 

There was a time when families with more 
lan one child planned on passing clothes 



down from kid to kid. but with today's lads 
going and coming as quickly as they are, the 
kid that gets one of these outfits the third 
time around will obviously be wearing hand- 
me-downs, regardless of the condition of the 
clothes or how well they fit. 

And now that dark sunglasses for kids are 
supposed to complete most outfits, local eye 
doctors who have preached against wearing 
non-prescription sun glasses for years, must 
really be pounding their heads on their office 
walls. 

I priced a couple of outfits for my grand- 
children! kindergarten and first grade age) 
the other day and decided that 1 would have 
to remorlgage the old family homestead it I 
wanted to outfit these kids in today's styles. 

A sharp pair of grey jeans, u matching 
shir t( with long tails ol course) and an "in" 
sweatshirt came to $35 at a discount store. 
That was without the latest in sneakers 
which run $20 to $30 per pair. 

With pastels popular with the young ladies 
even down to their footwear despite the 
wmtery blasts that are due. most little girls 
have to have three or lour pair of shoes in 
various colors to match their outfits. Heaven 
forbid she should wear her pink shoes with 
her yellow outfit. 

When you start adding in the cost of tights '- 
or the new leggens in every color, 
bankruptcy here we come! 

1 priced a print cotton quilled sweatshirt 
for my five-year-old grandaughter at $25. 
Almost the same shirt in my size (you could 
have made hers outof a sleeve) was $29. 

It seems that the size of the patterns is the 
only thing that is small when it comes to the 
profits of the manufacturers of clothes for 
thehttlepeople. 

Willi iund cutting going on ail over the 
place, schools are crying that there isn't 
enough money in the coffers to supply the 
kind of education parents are screaming for. 

I wonder if the average parent sliced 
school clothes spending in half and donated 
that half to their local school, if more than 
one class now on the cut list might survive. 



4CHS Board Wants Police 
°atrol Of Parking Lot 



The Antioch High School Board of 
'ducation has authorized Supt. Gary Allen to 
equest that the Village of Antioch pass an 
rdinance allowing for police patrol and the 
nforcement of established parking 
egulations in the high school's parking lots. 

If approved by the village, written 
itations with a $5 fine will be issued for 
nauthorized parking in the fire lanes, 
acuity-staff reserved parking areas, visitor 
arking area and parking in the lot without a 
tudent sticker. 

Additionally, a $50 fine will be imposed for 
le unauthorized parking in a handicapped 
arking area, 

The board also approved the employment 
f Darrick Ellis to teach in the 14-7.03 



program at Allendale School For Boys; 
Gloria Petraitis to be an assistant coach for 
girls' gymnastics; Karen Chilcote, part-time 
health teacher and Gwen Varney, to serve as 
.a counselor. . 

In other business. Principal Art Blccke 
reported on the recommendations of the 
parent-teacher discipline committee. The 
recommended policies were approved by the 
entire board and a list of them will be in- 
cluded in the September newsletter to be sent 
out to parents of all Antioch High School 
students. 

In a final move, the board accepted the low 
bid of Countrystyle, Inc. to supply the milk 
and ice cream products used by the school 
for during this school year. 




Antioch High School 

^ew teachers at Antioch High School , with administrators, include front row, 
.eft: Supt. Gary Allen, Sharon Peterson, Carlene Lois, and Robert Staudt. 
row; Darrick Ellis, Charles Trout, and Principal Art Blecke. 



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Antioch Elementery DM. 34 

New teachers at the Antioch Elementary Schools, Dlst. 34 attended the Rotary 
Welcome Luncheon with their administrators. Those attending were, front row, 
from left: Principal Harley Ware (lower grade school), Judy Denzel, Sue Roche, and 
Bill Griffin. In the back row are Supt. Donald Skidmore and Rotary scholarship 
committee member, Roy Pomrening. 




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The Prize Envelope 

Antioch Parks and Recreation Director Glenda Tomaschtlk (left) presents Tamara 
Krause with a check for $100 as her prize for winning the Miss Antioch pageant. 
Miss Antioch also received many gift certificates from Antioch merchants. 



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Officials of the Gray slake National Bank held a reception in honor of Marshall 
Schroeder's (center) 25 years of service as a member of the board of directors. 
Presenting the plaque are Larry McGregor (left), chairman of Premier Banks; and 
Lee Cieslak, president of Grayslake National Bank. Schroeder was also named the 
first director emeritus of Grayslake National Bank. He is the retired publisher of 
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grounds last April. Accepting for the post was Fort Sheridan Commander, Col. 
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Questions Pouring Out About 'Mickey-Mae' Bid 



byJOIINSTEINKE 

To refresh your memory, I'm writing a 
second column in response to Lake County 
Sheriff Robert H. "Mickey" Babcox's 
criticism of me for being a propagandist for 
his Democratic opponent, Mel Brooks 
Stagman. Well, Boss, I know that you're 
going to win reelection to a second term. 
Then you'll be known as the Richard J, Bab- 
cox of the North. 

But sheriff, I can't forget that my political 
roots are In southern Wisconsin. We're 
political mavericks. We hate machine 
politics. We don't think a one party system 
serves the people's interests. I sure know 
that I don't want to work on no Lake County 
road gang. Yet you won't shorten my sen- 
tence unless I vote for "Mickey-Mae" Lit- 
wilcr for Lake County Clerk in the Nov. 4 
election. 

Oh, boss, you're so lough on me. But I 
promise you that I'll vote Jor "Mickey-Mae," 
if you answer the following questions to my 
satisfaction. First, why did you order 
"Mickey-Mae" to zip her lip for the duration 
of the electipn campaign? Why did she reject 
Democratic incumbent Linda Hess' in- 
vitation to engage in a series of debates? It's 
traditional for a candidate to challenge the 
incumbent to debate the issues. Are you 
afraid that "Mickey-Mae" doesn't possess 
Linda Hess' effective debating skills? Or, 
has Hess been such an effective county clerk 
that she is invulnerable to serious criticism? 
Finally, have you muzzled "Mickey-Mae" 
becaue you are depending upon the straight 
Republican vote to elect her? Are you fearful 
that "Mickey-Mae"-Hess debates will en- 
courage many GOP voters to split their 
tickets for the Democratic incumbenfyjow, 
Mick, there is a secret that I'm going to 
share with you. Prior to the March 18 
primary, "Mickey-Mae" told me that she 
would have to debate Hess, or "people will 
think that I'm afraid her." 

Second, there are 12 past-and-present 
public officials, who have forgotten more 
politics than the rest of us will ever know. 
"The Brilliant Dozen" include "Mickey" 
Babcox, Ron Coles, Bob Depke, Norm 
Geary, Mike Graham, George Kangas, Bill 



Morris, "Bingo Bill" Murphy, Bob Moroney, 
Bob Ratch, Mark Ring and Mary 
"Graceless" Stern. You're right, "Rob," 
you're ranked behind "Bingo Bill." Ask Barb 
why. Sheriff Babox, your brilliance was 
reflected during the 1982 sheriff's race. At 
that time, you announced that you would ap- 
point two police professionals as your prin- 
cipal assistants. .TUey were Clint Grinnell 
and E.J. (Chick) LaMagdeleine. These ap- 
pointments guaranteed Babcox's primary 
victory over GOP incumbent Tom Brown, 
and his general election win over Democrat 
Don Mason. Sheriff, your preelection pledge 
facilitated your election. How come 
"Mickey-Mae" is unwilling to publicize her 
major appointments to the county clerk's of- 
fice? 

Third, don't you think that "Mickey-Mae" 
Litwiler's county board record will cost her 
votes? Haven't you wired her for sound, 
sheriff? Two years ago, a prominent GOP 
county board member confided to me that 
"Mickey-Mae" shouldn't be elected chair- 
man of the Law and Judicial Committee 
because of her close political association 
with the sheriff. For the past six years, Lit- 



wiler has been a county board representative 
from Dist. 4, which includes Antioch, Avon, 
Grant and Lake Villa Twps. in western Lake 
County. Republican Norm Geary is the dean 
of the Dist. 4 Representatives with 22 years 
of service on the county board. Geary has 
criticized Litwiler's performance in office. 
He claims: "Litwiler's county board record 
is terrible. She has yet to be at a meeting on 
time. If she is elected Lake County clerk, she 
will have to hire someone to run the office." 

Fourth, are you planning an "October sur- 
prise" for us, sheriff? Are you going to order 
State's Atty. Fred Foresmon to initiate 
charges against Lake County Clerk Linda 
Hess for incompetency and corruption? Our 
baby-faced state's attorney is in your hip 
pocket. Only Fred's political ambitions ex- 
ceed his blind partisanship. By the way, 
Mick, does Foreman want to be president of 
the United States or chief justice of the 
Supreme Court this month? Will "Partisan 
Fred" direct unwarranted charges against 
Democratic County Clerk Lind Hess in order 
to guarantee "Mickey-Mae's" election? If 
Foreman orchestrates unfounded charges 
against Democratic incumbent Linda Hess. I 



Stein ke 
On Politics 

will report upon the authenticity of these 
potential attacks. 

Fifth, won't "Mickey-Mae's" election as 
county clerk guarantee Sheriff Babcox's con- 
trol of the election machinery? Libertyville 
Twp. Supervisor Mike Graham has pointed 
out the inherent dangers in this situation ob- 
serving: . "Whether you live in Cook County 
or Lake County, the majority party should 
not control the election machinery." Crook 
County is Democratic while Lake County is 
Republican. 

Well, Mick, I await your response to these 
questions. 

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The Grand Lizard of the Kii Ktux Klan (or 
whatever his silly title is) is demanding that 
his group or white supremists be allowed to 
march in parade on May 2, 1987 in Gurnee. If 
his group is not allowed a permit, threatens 
the lizard, the Klan may run a slate of 
candidates in next spring's village elections. 

We say that the Klan should be given a 
permit to march and we encourage its 
members to run in the election. It will be 
instructional for children throughout the 
area: many of them have heard the term, 
"white trash," before, but most do not know 
exactly what it looks like. 

These. days, the Klan is composed mostly 
of losers: white folks who don't have much of 
anything, including the gumption to better 
themselves or contribute anything of va lue to 
society. Since they are the dregs, they feel 
they have to have someone to feel they arc 
better than. In this country, they choose 
blacks. Jews, and Hispnnics for l he most 
part. 

It was not always so, though. There are 
people on this newspaper who lived in the 
south in the days when the Ku Klux Klan was 
a powerful and terrible force. The bloody 



image of an unshaven white. thug beating a 
little black boy into unconsciousness is not a 
memory that passes away easily. Neither is 
that of standing amidst the rubble of a black 
Baptist church in' Birmingham, Ala. where 
this scum called the Klan murdered so many 
black men, women, and children with a 
bomb in the early '60s. And they claimed to 
do it in the name of Christ. 

It is a measure of how far we have come 
that most people of all races react with 
disgust and revulsion to the vile" philosophy 
espoused by the Klan. We think, though, that 
it is a good thing for people to see what a 
pathetic, revolting spectacle these people 
are who would bring us back to the days of 
lynch mobs and burning crosses. For those 
too young to remember with their hearts the 
horror of irrational hatred, we believe that 
they should be taught with their minds just 
how low people con sink when they give vent 
to their dark passions. 

The power which the Klan wielded just a 
generation ago is one of our great national 
shames. But it should never be forgotten, lest 
it be repeated. 



Dealing Effectively 



Wauconda High School is making a few 
changes in its approach to dealing with drug 
and alcohol abuse among - its students. 
Students caught taking drugs or drinking 
alcohol will be able to get a lighter penalty by 
agreeing to participate, with their parents, in 
a seven-day drug and alcohol program at 
Parkside Lodge in Mundelein. 

At first, it may seem questionable to ease 
the consequences of substance use among 
high school students. But Wauconda school 
officials do not offer infinite patience: lenien- 
cy is only offered for the first two offenses 
during a student's high school career.. If 
there is a third offense, students lose many 
privileges, including the right to participate 
in athletic and some other extracurricular- 
programs for the balance of their high school 
career. 

School board president, Dan Quick, said 
that the idea behind the program is to deal 
more effectively with the problem of sub- 
stance abuse. The combination of punitive 
measures with educational and 
rehabilitational programs should do just 
that. 

The most tragic abusers of drugs and 
alcohol are not those who are immediately 
impaired in their day-to-day performance: 
those people must face the consequences of 



their abuse early, before they have begun a 
career. Rather, the most tragic abusers are 
those who are able to perform well in the 
early and middle stages of their dependency. 
The consequences of substance abuse cannot 
be avoided - only delayed. 

For those who are most talented, the con- 
sequences may not catch up until they are in 
or beyond their thirties. When it does finally 
hit, these people often lose their friends, 
family, fortune, and even their lives. Surely 
the litany of dead and injured celebrities who 
were brilliantly talented (John Belushi, Len 
Bias, Janis Joplin, Richard Pryor, et. al.) 
are evidence of this truth. 

It is far better that a person should face the 
consequences of his dependency by losing a 
football season in high school than by losing 
his life in mid-career. 

We think that Wauconda's program strikes 
a good balance. It offers students another 
chance if they attempt to deal with their 
problem, it gets parents involved in seeking 
a solution, and it does not offer infinite 
patience and mercy. 

Quick pointed out that the school has never 
had the situation arise that an athlete was 
caught abusing drugs or alcohol three times. 
We believe that this program will help insure 
that it stays that way. 



Taking A Bigger Bite 



Once the federal government gives final 
approval to the income tax reform package, 
the Stale or Illinois is going to get a big in- 
crease in its tax revenues without having the 
bother of voting on the issue. 

Illinois income tax is figured on the ad- 
justed gross income line on federal tax 
returns. Since less will be deductible under 
the reform package, the average person's 
adjusted gross income will be higher than 
under the present system. On the federal 
level, that higher figure will be partially 
offset by lower rates for most people. 

Illinois officials, though, have made no 
suggestion that they will compensate for the 
change by lowering rates. The closest any 
have come is Comptroller Roland Burris, 
who would cut sales' tax while increasing 
state income tax by a proportionate amount. 
Taxpayers will not be able to deduct sales 
tax on federal forms, but will be able to 
deduct state income tax, so this would offer 
some relief. 



It will not change the fact, however, that 
the state is going to receive a windfall which 
will be paid for by its citizens. To figure out 
approximately how much more you will pay, 
take last year's forms and figure out how 
much your adjusted gross income would be 
without the deductions that will be abolished 
with reform. Then find your tax on the 
Illinois tables and compare to what you paid 
last year. 

We thought you should know. 



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letters must be signed, and con- 
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hyltlLLSCIIItOHOKIt 

MH. SMOOTH— If there's another 
politician better on the stump or more at 
home in front or a crowd than Illinois 
Comptroller Roland Burris, this observer is 
unaware of that person. 

Burris. running for his third term as the 
No. 1 watchdog of state spending, is a picture 
of confidence as he chats about the duties of 
his office, offers his viewpoints on the 
problems of society and comments on his 
responsibilities as a role model for American 
youth. 

Matter of factly, Burris tells about the 
busy speaking schedule Tor youth groups he 
maintains. "Kids relate to me. They hear 
what I say," remarked Burris, without a 
trace of false modesty. The comptroller 
enjoys telling high school students about the 
rewards of setting goals, working hard and 
adhering to principal. "If I can do it, 
anybody can," exclaims Burris. What he has 
done is plenty. Roland is the first black to be 
elected to state office in Illinois. He also is a 
high ranking official of the National 
Democratic party. All .this—and -more-- 
makes him one of the most respected and 
well-liked leaders in the black community 
today. 

Besides being highly • knowlcdgable 
politically and a likable guy, Roland Burris 
strikes me as being the type of person who's 
an expert conversationalist, an attribute 
that's almost an extinct quality. Burris is 
"old shoe" not "solt shoe." 1 like that, 

******* 

FOR KIDS ONLY —For the anti-gun lobby, 
an outing coming'up at Chain O'Lakes State 
Park, north of Fox Lake, probably will give a 
lot of people acute indigestion. That's the 
annual Youth Pheasant Hunt Sunday, Nov, 9, 
when youngsters will take to the fields with 
their shotguns to try and bag a bird. 

The hunt is sponsored by the Illinois Dept. 
of Conservation. Applicatications must be 
made in advance beginning Sept. 1 to get in 
on the fun. Applicants must be between the 
ages of 10 and 15. They must have passed th 
DOC's Hunter Safely Course. An adult will 
accompany all young hunters. 



Tramping over the countryside with a kid 
carrying a loaded shotgun is not my idea of a 
fun afternoon, but then I'm not into guns. 
Maybe the hunting enthusiasts think anyone 
hollering his head off al a high school football 
or basketball game is nuts. I was a bit. sur- 
prised to see DOC conducting such outings, I 
guess the idea istostarl'emyoung, 

******* 

BIG SHOW— For the second year, the All- 
Midwest Hunting and Outdoor Show- will 
return to the Lake County Fairgrounds Sept. 
5-7. Aimed at hunting interests, it offers 
supporting in and outdoor demonstrations 
and seminars as part of admission. ' 

The show opens at 10 a.m. daily. Ad- 
missions are $5 for adults $2.50 for children G- 
12 and free for those 5 and under. 

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IMPACT— There is no doubt that intensive 
enforcement of new Illinois drunk driving 
laws (DIM) has redueed the number of in- 
toxicated drivers on the highway. It also has 
cut deeply into the local bar business, ac- 
cording to one lounge oj>crnlor who asked 
(hat his name not be used. 

Business has been cut in half, the liquor 
dealer declared. He attributed it to the fact 
that Lakeland residents are staying out ol 
taverns for fear of getting ticketed lor DUI. 

This is one case where the law is doing 
exactly what intended: 

******* 

ONE MAN'S FAMILY— Jill and Ralph art* 
on their wedding trip, and mom and pop 
survived all the hustle and bustle of the 
wedding, drily they afenjt able to work in a ; 
vacation. The days leading up to the wedding 
wore not without excitement,, the most 
notable incident being Jill's involvement 
with an escaped ferret. The puzzled animal, 
hiding. in the garage, sunk its teeth into the 
prospective bride's foot, producing a rabies 
scare. Tests proved negative, though, so 
arrjirigoinents went on. but hardly at a 
normal pace. 



Letter To The Editor: 



Opposes Jet Growth 

Editor: 

Goodbye Lakeland! Hello O'Hare! 

Well, it just had to happen didn't it? The 
City of Waukegan decided that to attract new 
industry to its failing economy it had to build . 
a bigger airport on the false belief that if you 
have a great big airport you will just have all 
sorts of new plants coming into your town! 

Now, all of Lakeland will have to pay the 
price in terms of eye, ear, nose and throat 
pollution. 

. I happen to live in Gurnee and guess what I 
now enjoy? The roar of jets over my house 
spilling not-ony noise pollution but raw jet 
fuel as these answers to attracting new in- 
dustry take off and land. 

Next time you are around O'Hare, take a 
look at that brown or black junk coming out 
of each engine as the planes roar out of sight. 
That is raw jet fuel, fuel that is dumped into 
the air we breathe because airplanes cannot 
take off economically-they have to take off 
with carburators set at "full rich" so that 
they have the "safety factor" on takeoff and 
landings. That raw jet fuel is dumped into the 
air you breathe. 

How about your ears? The level of jet noise ' 
is more than that of rock concerts and ac- 
tually approaches that of pure pain! 

You have heard about the mayor's righting 
about 0'H;ire. that's what it's all about? 
noisi and air pollution. 



And who will pay the price? The air traffic 
will be taking off and landing and polluting 
the residents of Zion, Winthrop Harbor, 
Wads worth, Gurnee, Liberty villc and Green 
Oaks. Secondary pollution will be the 
remainder of Lakeland. 

Of course commercial property values do 
increase around an airport, however, housing 
values will depreciate. 

Remember all the fuss' of the school kids 
trying to study around O'Hare? Do you think 
it will be any easier around Lakeland schools 
with jets ouzzing in and out disrupting 
classes? 

Unlike the residents around O'Hare you do 
have a choice right now. You can write to 
your U.S. Senators Alan Dixon and Paul 
Simon telling them that you don't want them 
to approve 91.9 million dollars of federal 
money for Waukegan's new control tower. 

You don't stick your nose around .the 
exhause of your car and brca the deeply. Why 
do you want more pollution and smog in your 
eycs.'eafs and lungs with more jet traffic? 

Your wonderful Congressman John Porter 
who represents you and lives in nearby 
Winnelka far away from the roar of jets, -is 
responsible for bringing this pollution to 
Lakeland. Remember him at the polls! 

Write, both your senators in Washington 
today! 

, Rick Goodwin 
Gurnee 



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lf\ CI lAlt IKS JOHNSTON 

II is ;i problem lh;il is as 
old iis the discovery ol fire, 
hut only in tht< hist five or six 
years have iieoplc begun to 
.find effective ways to deal 
Willi it. It is the .problem of 
children who set tires. 

According* to statistics 
reported hy the FBI. 
juveniles between the ages 
of t;i :ind t'J account for 43 
percent of nil individuals 
arrested for arson offenses. 

On two consecutive 



grow out of. though. Thai 
won't solve the problem] All 
too often, kids gel a slap on 
the wrist or a scolding and 
thai is the end or it. They 
need to be taught what fire is 
ahout. K that is done ef- 
fectively and the child has no 
other prohlems. the 
liresetting should end." 
.. Adults have a tendency to 
send children mixed 
messages about fire. 
Mies/ala noted. On the one 
hand, children see us using 



accident or it is related to 
another problem." she said, 
"hut we almost never see a 
curiosity-accident sort of 
fire in rural areas." 

That evidence certainly 
indicates it would be wise Tor 
those or us who live in urban 
areas to make a special 
effort to set up situations 
where we can train our 
children in the proper and 
improper use of fire. 

"On the other end of the 
spectrum, every community 




challenge is to identify and 
treat those children who„set 
fires as a cry for'help. They 
usually have another 
problem that, if dealt with, 
will end the problem of 
rireselting." 

Mies/ala emphasized that, 
up to this poml. the response 
or the community has 
usually been to dump the 
problem in .the Ore depart- 
ment's lap. She said, though, 
that it the prohtem is to be 
solved, Ihe entire com- 
munity mustget involved, 

"Thankrully, because- or 
programs such as this, 
communities are beginning 
to develop comprehensive 
projects to deal erfectively 
with the problem," she said. 
"In the long run, the fire 
departments, the schools, 
the medical community, the 
police, every area of the 
community must get in- 
volved. We can help most 
children who have the 



problem, but not by dumping 
it in one agency's lap." 

Mies/ala urged parents 
not to be ashamed or a I raid 
to seek help if a child has a 
problem, noting that it is far 
more prevalent than most 
people know. She added that 
most local fire departments 
are setting up programs to 
deal with the problem. 

"Don't he arraid to call 
your lire deportment if you 
have n prohlem," she said, 
"hut remember, to have 
patience. Most of these 
programs are new and it will 
take a while to get them 
going Ml steam." 

Attending the seminar 
were: Anlioch. Asst. Chief 
Wayne Parthun, In- 
vestigator Gary Quedenreld, 
and Inspector Chuck 
Bisehoff; Wheeling, 
firefighter Don Malin; 
Gurnee. Capt. Don Komcrs; 
Long Grove, firelighter 
Hank Kos and firefighter 



Jim Byrne; Decrfiold, 
firelighter Chuck Glees. 

Also WaUkegan, 

firefighter John Sherwood; 
Round Lake, Chief Paul 
Maplethorpe, Dep. Chief 
Rocci Pellettiere, Inspector 
Gary AdJer; Hodman 
Estates, riretighter Al 
Pedersen; Great Lakes 
% Naval Training Center, 
Inspector Rich Cole; Lake 
Forest, firefighter Mike 
Beatty and f ireljghter Terrv 
Cox; North Chicago", 
firelighter Keith Hum- 
phries; and Zion, Lt. Ron 
Levin and firelighter Duane 
Peacy. 

Attending from other 
agencies were: Gurnee 
Police Dcpl.; Investigator 
Terry Mos and officer Terry 
Hardman; Allendale- Brad- 
ley Counseling Center, 
director Dr. George Lutz. 
Dan Foster. Ed Stith. Pal 
Taglione. and Mary Stucco. 



19-Yedr-Olds Will Qualify 
Under 2 1 -Year Old Law 

As the Labor Day weekend nears this year, privilege away from those who already had 

more than the end of summer will be legally attained it, ruled that anyone who 

signified.' On Sept. l the end of the drinking was or will be 19 (the previous legal drinking 

privileges for those under 21, residents and age) before Sept. I will keep their drinking 

otherwise, will lake place all over the State privileges, 
of Wisconsin. 



Fighting Fire With Education 

Firefighters from throughout the Lake County area spent two weekends attending 
a seminar conducted by nationally recognized juvenile firesetter expert, Patricia 
Mieszala. Held ol the College of Lake County, the seminar is expected to help fire 
departments set up programs in their own communities to help solve the problem 
of children who start fires. FBI statistics show that almost half of all arson fires are 
started by juveniles. 



Saturdays, Aug. 16 and 23. 
firefighters from 13 com- 
munities throughout Lake 
County gathered at the 
College of Lake County to 
participate ma seminar to 
help develop programs in 
their own communities to 
combat the problem of 
juvenile firesetters. 

The seminar was run by 
Patricia Mieszala, -'K.N..' 
director and president of 
BurnConcerns. a consultant 
company that deals with 
issues relating to lire. 
Mies/ala has 18 years of 
experience and has received 
national recognition in the 
areas of psychiatry, burn 
care, rehabilitation, and 
prevention. She has received 
several distinguished 
national awards, par- 
ticularly for her work in the 
National -Juvenile Firesetter 
project. 

According lo Mieszala. 
then* are three categories ol 
juvenile firesetters: the 
young child who. out of 
curiosity, accidentally starts 
a fire; the child who sets a 
lire because . of other 
problems; and the 
pathological child who sets a 
lire with malice and intent to 
. destroy. The first child needs 
discipline and education and 
is ol minor concern; the 
third child is of extreme 
concern; hut it is the one in 
the middle, who is only of 
moderate concern, that has 
missed being identified and 
treated in most com- 
munities. 

"Children may begin 
starting fires as early as at 
18 months.'.' Mieszala said, 
"but in most cases it is an 
accident. Parents should not 
just forget aboul it or figure 
t hiit it is a phase they will 



fire for all sorts of good and 
useful purposes. On the 
other, whenever they try to 
use it. we scold them. Just 
because they get their hands 
slapped every time they 
touch the matches does not 
mean they will lose their 
curiosity about fire. They 
will simply wail until the 
adults are not around' and 
then get the matches. That, 
of course, is the very typo or 
dangerous situation most of 
i us want toa void. 

The best way to leach 
children the proper respect 
tor the awesome power of 
fire. Mieszala said, is lo start 
explaining what it can do 
and what it is useful for al a 
very young age. When 
children reach the age of 
about three, parents should 
teach them how to use 
matches and lighters 
properly, explaining that 
they should never use them 
without their parents 
present. 

Sitting at lunch. I noted 
thai when my parents moved 
to a rural farm, the three 
children wtio moved with 
them never seemed to get in 
the scrapes with fire that the 
three of us who were older 
had when we lived in an 
urban setting, even though 
the k ids on the farm used fire 
much more frequently: the 
family's only source of heat 
is a fireplace and wood- 
burning stove. 

Mieszala said that was 
absolutely correct and as it 
should be expected. 

.In a rural setting. 
children must be taught 
early how lo use fire in order . 
to complete their chores. 
Any lime a fire started by a 
rural child gels out of con- 
trol, it is either an obvious 



seems to have a few whacko 
families and the fire 
departments usually know 
where they are;" Mieszala 
said. "Treating the children 
from these families is a 
problem, but identifying 
them is not. The biggest 



Though the age of 21 will then be the legal 
drinking age, really a solid 19 will fill the bill. 

There will be little noticeable immediate 
change in the drinking scene except that the 
new 19 year olds will not be able to drink 
legally. 

Because of the grandfathers' clause in the 
approved 21-year-old drinking bill, there will 
be 19(for one year) and 20 year olds drinking 
in Wisconsin's bars until 1988. 

If it was a clean and easy switch to 21, with . 
those under that age denied drinking 
privileges, the situation would be an easy one 
with all of Wisconsin's bars just denying ser- 
vice to anyone born after September of 1965. 

But the Wisconsin Legislature, in its ef- 
forts at fairness and not wanting to take the 



This decision has made the policing of the 
new law an extremely difficult one, at least 
until September of 1988, since bars will have 
to keep tabs on which 19 year olds can 
drink* as per their birth date) and which can- 
not, next year, it wlll.be which 20 year olds, 
etc. 

The college world might have to set 
blanket non-drinking laws if this fractured 
policing proves to be too difficult. 

It was the drinking problems created by 
teens crossing borders from neighboring 
states that already had the 21-year-old Jaw 
that was most instrumental in Wisconsin 
raising its age. 

With the age raise, Wisconsin also qualifies 
for the road funds offered by the federal 
government to states that have the 21-year- 
old drinking age. 




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Enga gements /Anniversaries 




Cynthia Meyers and 
Todd Foskett 

Meyers-Foskett 

Lawrence E. Meyers, Round Lake, and 
Sandra J. Meyers, Lake Villa, have an- 
nounced the engagement of their daughter, 
Cynthia Lynn, to Todd Anthony Foskett, son 
of Robert M. Foskett, Fox Lake, and Peggy 
Hendrixson, Grayslake. 

The ceremony will be performed Oct. 25 at 
St. Bedes Catholic Church, Ingleside. 

The bride-to-be is a 1982 graduate of Round 
Lake Senior High School. She is employed by 
the Bank of Mundelein, 

The .groom-to-be is a 1982 graduate of 
Grant High School and is employed by Buss 
Landscaping, Libertyville. 

The couple plan to reside in the Round 
Lake area. 

Wozniczka -Revel le 

Mr. and Mrs. John Wozniczka, Grayslake. 
announce the engagement of their daughter, 
Susan Wozniczka, to Lcn Revelle, Grayslake, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Barden Revelle of North 



Carolina. 

The ceremony will be performed by the 
Rev. Lisle Kauffman of Calvary 
Presbyterian Church, Round Lake. 

The bride-to-be is a 1976 graduate of 
Grayslake High School and a 1984 graduate 
of the College of Lake County, with an 
associate degree in mid-management. She is 
employed as an administrative secretary for 
[ntrupa Manufacturing, Grayslake. 

The groom-to-be is a 1969 graduate of 
Lexington High School, Lexington, N.C., and 
a 1985 graduate of the College of Lake 
County, with an associate degree in law 
enforcement Formerly in the Navy, he is 
now employed as a police officer. 

The couple plans to settle in Grayslake. 




Schmldf-Koenen 

Steven and Anna Schmidt, Gurnee, an- 
nounce the engagement of their daughter; 
Marianne, to John D. Koenen, son of Lcn and 
Carol Kocnen, Barrington Hills. 

The ceremony will be performed by 
Deacon Tony Sacramento of St. Dismas 
Church, Waukegan, on Oct. 18. 

The bride-to-be is a 1980 graduate of 
Warren Twp. High School and a 1982 
graduate of Gateway Tcchnial Institute, with 
an associate or applied science degree in 
court reporting. 

.She is. employed as a court reporter for 
Lake County Courthouse, Waukegan. 

The groom-to-be is a 1972 graduate of 
Barrington High School and a 1980 graduate 
or John Marshall Law School and has a juris 
doctor degree in law.-Hc is employed as an 
assistant state's a ttorncy for Lake County. 

The couple plans to settle in Barrington. 



41ft Anniversary .,. 

Cora and John Brunker of Round Lake, 
celebrated 61 years of marital bliss on Aug. 
8. Cora is 79 and John is 84. They've lived in 
Round Lake about 23 years. 

The Brunkers have three children, 13 gran- 
dchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. 
They live with their son, Wilbert and his wife, 
Dorthea. Another son, Bob, and his wife of 
Oak Lawn have nine children. Son Donald 
and wife of Savannah, Ga. have five 
children. 




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Susan Wozniczka 



John Koenen and 
Marianne Schmidt 



Mr. and Mrs. John Brunker 



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Crack Explosion 
Rocks Drug World 



A new form of' cocaine houses, where the drug is 
known as "crack" may be manufactured, sold and of- 
the most addictive drug in ten consumed, are popping 
the nation today and because up j n suburbia like fast-food 
it's relatively cheap and franchises. National news 
readily available, it's magazines are featuring 
spreading across the country crack on their covers and at- 
like summer wildfires. Some tendees at national drug con- 
experts are labeling its use ferences can't get enough in- 



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formation about this poten- 
tially lethal drug. 

Plus, because it involves 
illegal drugs and 
megabucks, it's surrounded 
by crime and violence. 
Police in some cities are 
labeling crack their number 
one drug problem. 

But it's primarily those 
who become addicted to the 
drug that concern McKearn, 
and their numbers are 
swelling. LAccording to a 
national cocaine hotline 
spokesperson, as recently as 
last fall the hotline received 
virtually no calls regarding 
crack. However, the latest 
report indicates about 33 
percent of all users who call 
are talking about crack. 

"Sometimes we get 
caught up in how a drug is 
obtained and whether it's 
legal or illegal, that we 
forget about the disease 
aspect." McKearn says. 
,; Not everyone who uses will 
become addicted, but for 
those who are unfortunate 
enough to have this disease, 
the stigma attached to it 
makes getting help very dif- 
ficult." 

The National Institute of 
euphoria. But because crack Drug Abuse (NIDA) puts the 
contains a megadose of the number of cocaine users at 
addictive qualities of 4.2 million with as many as 
cocaine, this constant using 5000 people each day trying 
can produce a powerful cocaine for the first time. By 



epidemic. 

"We've seen a virtual ex- 
plosion of crack use in this 
within the last six to nine 
months," says John 
McKearn. "A year ago we'd 
never heard of it, today it's 
headline news." 

McKearn is administrator 
of Abaris Treatment Center, 
an alcoholism and chemical 
dependency center in Beloit, 
Wise. 

Crack, or rock as it's 
sometimes known, is a 
processed form of cocaine, 
converted from sniffable 
powder to smokable chunk 
via baking soda and 
household bleach. It's then 
sold on the street in vials for 
about $10. 

Crack is an extremely 
pure form of cocaine, 
reaching the smoker's brain 
within 10 seconds. For five to 
20 minutes, the user will ex- 
perience a tremendously 
euphoric high, then he'll 
come crashing down into an 
'often debilitating 

depression. 

"The problem with crack 

is the high is so short-lived 

that the perron must use 

, repeatedly to maintain the 



the apparent til effects and 
problems it causes them are 
sick, not bad. First of all 
they need treatment for their 
disease," states McKearn. 

"We're not condoning use 
of illegal drugs," McKearn 
points out. "We're saying 
that when someone recovers 
from the disease of ad- 
diction, they'll stop using 
drugs - legal or illegal." 





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•.short time," explains 
McKearn. 

Crack use began within the 
ghettos of a few major cities 
as recently as two years ago 
and rapidly spreading 
across the country. Crack 



very conservative estimates 
at least 10 percent of those 
who use it will become ad- 
dicted. 

"The most important thing 
to remember is that ad- 
diction is a disease. Those 
who continue to use despite 



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Saint Thcrcse Medical 
Center represintatives have 
announced a free "guest" 
night program for outpatient 
surgical patients. In respon- 
se to the concerns of the in- 
tire Saint Theresc family, in- 
cluding members of the 



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However, there are other 
patients and their families 
who find this very stressful, 
inconvenient, and actually a 
detriment to the delivery of 
quality care. It puts an ad- 
ditional burden on the 



procedures or to cancel the 
surgery if the patients tests 
dictate .temporary can- 
cellation. 

According to Nora C. 
O'Mallcy, president, Saint 



medical staff, starting Sept 

1 patients who are scheduled 

f£same day surgery wU. be ^SlSSLSSSiSl 

able to come into the 



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medical center the night 
before as a guest of the 
medical center, if they so 
wish. 

This program is in respon- 
se to a demonstrated need on 
the part of many patients, 
especially the elderly and 
frail. Third party payors and 



sometimes necessitating the 
patient coming into the 
medical center at 5:30 a.m. 
Often, family members have 
to miss work to accomodate 
to these procedures as well. 

By allowing the patients to 
come in the afternoon or 
evening before, their workup 
can be done in a much less 



businesses have stopped stressful manner, they can 

paying for the night before get a good nights sleep 

surgery in an effort to cut before surgery, and their 

health care costs and for physicians will have 

some patients this is ap- adequate time to prepare 

propriate. them for the surgical 



opti 
their efforts to provide 
quality care to all their 
patients and to provide a 
supportive environment for 
delivering quality care to 
their physicians and their 
employees. 

Because Saint Therese 
does not want to 
discriminate between those 
patients who have insurance 
and those who do not, this 
program will be open to all 
outpatient surgical patients 
including children. 

For more information 
please contact same day 
surgery at (312)360-2128. 



Mkhoel F. Adorn* ond Judllh K. Smith, 
loka Villa. ' 

Mkhoel W. Bailey ond Conn* A. 
Mrunan, Ingleitda, 

MoHhaw S. Kotberg ond Angela K. 
Smith, WotKonda, 

Anthony J. Soto ond Deborah M. Borron, 
Bound toko. 

Kenneth G. William* ond MaryAIke E, 
William, Wouconda, 

Kenneth E. Monninon. Round toko • 
Height*, ond Koran M. KtipUefn, Laka 
Villa. 

Jamet P. Covonough, Wild wood, and 
Suvm » . Jothson, I oft e B lu H , 

John C. Hopa, Antioch, and Crnetllna 
htroda.tafce Villa. 

Steven A. Looghbourn ond Stephanie L, 
WoN.Mundalain, 

William H. lao and llnda M. Rlnto 
Lindanhuril, 

Thomoi C. oacVar, Oat "lalnei. ond 
Volaiia I. Sthwa*la. Mundalain. 

Nkhoiot J. Dude*, ond Diane M. Routt, 
Antioch, 

Mkhoel P. Coll. Huntington Baoch, 
CoW., ond Ann 1. Sank, llndenhuril. 

Ft or* X. Knutell. Win* r op Harbor, ond 
CfcwIortaL.O-Naii, I ok* Villa, 

Moivin E. 1 ilia Jr. ond Patrick) J. Malm. 
Wouconda. 

David S. Moire. Nawport Newt. Vo.. and 
Juka A.Gutka. Ikidanhunl, 

,Fhllipp I Scorlatta, Foe Loka, ond 
Carman A. Hamondai, Round I ok a. 

Jomai W. flloado. GfOytloke, ond Amy 
C. Covolinl, Gumaa, 

Robart I. Fraitog, Champaign, ond Tract 
A. Seeftey. Gumaa. 

Go. T I. Nobla and Debra I. Backar. 



Two Million Pets Are Stolen Annually 



by I II All LEX*: WHITNEY 

It may be hard to believe, 
but every year there are 
about two million dogs 
stolen. They range from 
pure breds lo mutts-it 
makes no difference. Cats 
nrc stolen as well. 

You might ask why anyone 
would do such a thing, and 
like so many other things, it 
is for money. People who 
own J pcts arc unaware of 
these thieves and their pets 
become easy targets. 

The stolen pets arc sold to 
research labs. A price of $200 
or more is given for each dog 
and $30 or more for even* 
cat. In. one town, thirteen 
owners managed to recover 
their stolen pets by going to a 
prestigious institute. 

If your pet is stolen, you 
should flood the area with 



posters describing the pet 
very well. With all this 
publicity,. the animal will be 
tooVhotrtosell. 

Some stolen dogs arc not 
only used for fight com- 

Pet- 
Wise 

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petitions, but as sparring* 
partners for the champion 
fighters. 

Also, jackets, linings, hats 
and even fun fur can be 
made from the skins or 
stolen pets. 

Right now, the Labrador 
and the German shepherd 
arc the big targets, but all 
types of dogs are in danger 
from theives. 



One dog was found nailed 
to a tree as part of a cult 
ritual, and there have been 
several similar instances. 

You can protect your pel 
by taking these steps: , 

—When you leave your 
home, make sure your pet is 
locked inside. It's hot wise to 
leave your pet outside, but if 
you must, make sure he is 
oul of sight in an enclosed 
backyard. 

-Don't leave your pet 
alone in a car. He should not 
be tied lo a post or parking 



meter while you take 
minute to run in the store. 

-Organize a "pet-owners 
neighborhood watch." Then 
watch out for one anothers' 
pets and for any suspicious 
activity. 

,- It is a very good idea to 
have your pet tatooed with 
an identification number. Be 
sure to have il registered 
with a pel registry as proof 
that you are the owner. Your 
vet can fill you in. 

Beware and take care of 
your pets. 



Tell History Of Liberty ville 

The Lake County Genealogical Society will begin a new 
season Sept. 9 at 7:30 p.m. with a scheduled talk about the 
history of Liberty villc. The public is invited to the meeting, 
which will be held at the Cook Memorial Library, 4213 N. 
Milwaukee Ave. Memberships are s available. For in- 
formation contact Joan Meyer at (312) 223-4937, or Joan 
Rodcnat (312) 566-1789. 



Nature Pic Display 

The Riverwoods Nature Photographic Society is currently 
exhibiting 58 nature photographs at the Rycrson Con- 
servation Area Visitors Center. The works include wild- 
flowers found at Rycrson Woods, landscapes or the south- 
west, and other plants. The works are all in color. The 
photography show will remain available Tor viewing through 
September. Club members with work on display include: 
John Bockrath, Angie Bono, Grace DeWolf, William Ewert, 
Conrad Gutraj, Glenn Jahnkc, Vicki Mcllcndcr, Len 
Messinco, Patu Moore, Dave Nikolai, Doug Sherman, and . 
Shcri Sparks. The Edward L. Rycrson Conservation Area is 
open every day from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. The preserve is 
located at 21950 Riverwoods Rd. in Deerfield. 




ORPHANS OF THE 
STORM 

"Adopt A Pet - Save A Life" 
Always 250 dogs, 50 cats 

Pure and mixed for approved homes. \ 
At nominal fees. \ 

Visit 1-5 (7 days) \ 

2200 Riverwoods Rood West of Deerfield 



BACK 
PAIN? 



there is a difference in chi/opractic care 



(312)949-8882 

Dr. Jeffrey K. Bergin 

Chiropractic Phymlclmn 

Berglri Chiropractic Clinic 

322 North Seymour 

Mundolaln.lL 

(Maple Tree Mall) 

Hours 9-6, Monday Through Friday 



"Health Care For 
The Entire Family 



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Round loka Pork. 

Joal C. Dunk la and Barbara A. Morgan, 
Round Laka Baoch, 

Mark J. Abal and Jaan A. Walacka. 
Gumaa. 

Patrick I. Arnold ond Tomkla I. Halt. 
Antioch. 

Kavki A. Bur, Round loka. and Kimbafly 
M . Mfchohki. Round laka Baoch. 

Jutlln A. Gorllno, Urbona, ond Anna L. 
Kirkpalrlck, Mundalain. 

Michoal C. Cochran ond Ika I. Houpt. 
Inglatlde. 

Ralph DeFatquoke, Woukaoan. ond Jill 
A.Schroeder, Ingleiide. 

Sharmon C. Flotktn, Mundalain, ond 
Cynthia A. Hollo. Vernon Hiltt, 

Ronald J. Cognon, Wod*«rorth, ond 
lindoM.Oroii.2ion. 

Harold A. Caldan ond Mory J. Zony. 
Curnaa, 

Mc l lt x w W. Hammond, Curnaa, ond 
Connie I. Zrodkka. Woukaoon, 

Donald C. Mohrboxhar and Dorothy A. 
Hopkint, Round Loka Baoch. 

John P. Hawaii, Oifcogo. ond Diana M. 
Klauck, Mundalain. 

Jaf hay A. Olrvoret, Woukegon, ond Lha 
M. Patterton, Round Loka Path, 

Robart E. Schwoba. Woukaoon. ond 
Horrlett A. Romonuf .Mundalain, 

Denial B. Uyttebrootk. btgknida. and 
Donna M , Slang, Round loka Baoch, 

Adrian A. Vrrwljtt. loka Villa, ond 
Cindy M, Noran, Wild wood, 

Richard A. Watt, Round loka Baoch. and 
Ann* lie s * Fedoran , Munde la in , 

William E. Wialing ond tail* D. Kally. 
Round laka Baoch. 

Gregory J. Sockwinkal ond Suton G. 



Root, Guf nee, 

Wllliom E. Clork Jr., libertyvllla, and 
Linda V. Nation. Mundalain. 

Data A. Dafkwn ond Kim L, Phillip*. 
Round Loka Baoch, 

Albert D. Honion and Maureen J, Rutio 
Round Loka Park, 

Mkhoel A. Maneval and Deborah L. 
Montcalm, Graytlaka, 

Chrh D. Mehalfey ond Tere*a M. Podlm. 
Antioch, 

Slaphen C. Zon ond Holly A. Zurawvkl. 
Wouconda. 



Singles Dance 

All singles are invited to a 
Combined Club Singles 
Dance with the live music of 
Happy Daze at 8:30 p.m. 
Saturday, Sept. 6, at the 
Holiday Inn O'Hare Ken- 
nedy, 5440 N. River Rd., 
Rosemont. The dance is co- 
sponsored by the Northwest 
Singles Association, Singles 
and Company, and Young 
Suburban Singles. Ad- 
mission is $6 Tor non- 
members, $5 for members. 
For more information call 
(312) 725-3300. 






Dining Guide 

The good eating spots, whether you're in a hurry, seeking 
family dining or oul for gourmet food for that "special oc- 
casion," are featured weekly in Lakeland Newspapers. 



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The Mortgage Report 




U.S. 30-year mortgages 

[Rxed 10.39? 




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12% 



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Aoou the country, the average inters &t rait on 30-year fixed-rate 
mortgagee dMiwd to 1 0.39 percent from 10.49 percent the previous 



At^u Hattt mortgagee al» dedlned tOghty, now down to 8,64 percent 
from B.65 percent last week. 

In Chicago, 30-year fixed-rate mortgages dropped sfightty to 1022 
percent from last weeks 10.31 percent Adjustable mor t g a ge s fai to 8.24 
percent, down from 825 percent. 



Minimum 


Maximum 






Rate Type Oown Term 


Amount 


Pts 


Fees 


Citicorp Savfngs (977-5055) 








10.13% F 20% 30 


$250,000 


3.00% 


$250 


7.75% A/1 10% 30 


$1,000,000 


3.00% 


$250 


Enterprise Savings (9300900) 








10.25% F 10% 30 


$133,250 


2.00% 


$250 


8.86% A/1 10% 30 


$350,000 


2.00% 


$250 


Fidelity Federal Bank (736-3000) 








10.38% F 10% 30 


$175,000 


4.00% 


$275 


8.25% A/1 10% 30 


$175,000 


3.00% 


$275 


First National of Chicago (407-3849) 








10.75% F 10% 30 


$250,000 


3.00% 


$300 


7.75% A/1 10% 30 


$500,000 


3.00% 


$300 


Hants Trust (461-2950) 








10.50% F 10-2t% 30 


$133,250 


3.00% 


$250 


8.50% A/1 10-20% 30 


$133,250 


2.00% 


$250 


Manufacturers Hanover (56O-0001) 








10.00% F 5% 30 


$133,250 


2.75% 


$250 


8.38% A/1 10-20% 30 


$500,000 


3.00% 


$250 


St Paul Federal Savings (622-5000) 








10.63% F . 5-20% 30 


$133,250 


2.00% 


$250 


8.38% A/1 10-20% 30 


$250,000 


1.00%. 


$250 


TaJman Home Mod Corp. (680-0200) 








10.00% F 5% 30 


$133,250 


2.50% 


$275 


8.50% A/1 10% 30 


$500,000 


1.00% 


$275 


United Savings of America (289-6000 








10.00% F 10% 29 


$133,250 


3.00% 


$250 


8.75% A/1 20% , 29 


$133,250 


3.00% 


$250 


Uptown Federal (967-0660) 








10.25% F 10% 30 


$133,250 


2.00% 


$250 


7.90% A/1 10% 30 


$133,250 


1.50% 


$25t> 



F- Fixed-rate mortgage, A/f- Adjustable rata mortgage toDowed by the 
length of the adjustment period, usually expressed In years. An rates are 
subject lo change without notice. 

Source: The Mayers Report, a weekly survey of 1 15 Chicago area lenders 
available to the public for $20. 

©1986 The Meyers Report — Chicago 



Crane To Sponsor 
Business Seminar 



Twelfth District 

Congressman Philip M. 
Crane is sponsoring a 
"Business Development 
Conference" for the 12th 
District on Thursday, Sept. 
4, at the Arlington Park 
Hilton. 

The conference will 
present businesses in the 
12th District with a unique 
opportunity to gain insight 
into three crucial business 
concerns: international ex- 
porting, doing business with 
the government, and 
strategic business planning. 

This special one-day con- 
ference will provide detailed 
procurement information 
and instruction on how 
businesses may increase the 
chances of selling their 



products or services lo the 
government. Many business 
organizations in the 12th 
District, especially smaller 
firms, miss out on sales op- 
portunities with the Federal 
and State government 
because they lack prime and 
subcontract information. 

To assist in strategic plan- 
ning and forecasting, a panel 
of experts will offer valuable 
information on economic 
trends. 

Companies with little or no 
export experience will be of- 
fered the opportunity to 
learn first hand how to ex- 
pand profits by turning lo ex- 
ports. 

For further information 
call (312) 394-0790 or (815) 
459-3399. 



Temporary Employees: Solution 

With miwtnet oMnnmln hucinnccfw- amnlnu lam. and DGrSOnal COmnutpr f n Kelly ScrviCCS. InC. the 



With modest economic 
growth predicted for the 
balance of 1986, employers 
are increasingly using tem- 
porary help services to allow 
them to manage their 
businesses more com- 
petitivly. 

"Every day we hear more 
from employers who arc 
using temporary workers as 
part of their overall business 
plan," said Tony Zahn, Kelly 
Services' vice president and 
regional manager for the 
area. 

"Employers who think 
smart see strategic ad- 
vantages to using temporary 
workers," Zahn said. 
"Whether planning for con 



businesses employ tern- and personal computer to 

porary workers. Temporary data entry, light industrial, 

employees today worn in technical and 

areas ranging from clerical support. 



Kelly Services, Inc., the 

Detroit-based supplier of 

temporary help, is the 

marketing leading temporary services 

firm in the U, S, 



Wildwood Resident 
Heads f> 



Gregg Walter, a resident 
of Wildwood, has been 
named manager and title of- 
ficer of Fort Dearborn Land 
Title Company, a newly for- 
med subsidiary of Koenig 
and Strey , Inc., Realtors. 

Walter, who holds a' 
bachelor of arts degree in 



He is a ruling elder in the dlin B litle search business in 



First Presbyterian Church 
of Waukcgan, where he has 
chaired several committies, 
and is a past secretary- 
treasurer of the Eastern 
Illinois University Alumni 
Assn.* 



house broadens the spec- 
trum of real estate services 
available through Koenig & 
Strey/' Walter noted. "We 
have positioned Fort Dear- 
bom Land Title Company as 
a service-oriented company 
specializing in residential 
real estate properties 
projects, temporary workers Eastern Illinois University, Dearborn has been selected j^ted in Lake, Cook, 
provide businesses with a Charleston, has nine years of St^^^ 8 ?^ DuPage, Kane and McHenry 
margin of safety against un- title business experience in ""? company, one oi uie counties, "Walter continued, 
foreseen economic corf- Chicago's northern metro " auo " s leading un- » an d we are nrenared to of- 
ditions." area, most recently at In- J^^^S.""" >™ in fer a high "level of pel- 

According to "USA tercounty TiUc Company's comD,nea assels - sonalized assistance to con- 



trolled expansion or special speech-communication from According to Walter, Fort 



Today" nine out of ten U.S. Liberty villc facility. 



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Planning Center Expanded 

Paul's True Value Hardware. Inc., 99 Christopher Way. 
Fox Lake, has expanded its new kitchen and Imthroom 
display department. Six model kitchens an- on display 
showing everything from tile on the floor to ivnlljKiper. ac- 
cording to Paul Handler. 

New Plastics Plant 

American Can Company will build a barrier plastics con- 
tainer manufacturing facility in Woodstock. "Construction of 
the new facility will start this summer, with the plant in 
production by mid-1987," siad John G. Polk, president, 
American Can Packaging. The new plant will produce multi- 
layer plastic containers, including the OMNI container, the 
first steam retortable barrier plastic container for processed 
foods. The initial target market for OMNI is single-service 
meat and pasta entrees. 



lb make It, you've got to know What* What. 



Commonwealth Edison has set 
high standards for electric heat 

pump installers. So we ericourage 
dealers to train and be tested in 
proper heat pump installation and 

servicing. And we are pleased to 



recommend the names of those 
dealers who have successfully 
completed the testing program, 
(if you are a customer trying to 
choose a heat pump dealer who 
knows what's what, now you don't 



have to guess which's which. Just 
check our Who's Who.) 

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Business 

Woodland Meadows 
To Open New Phase 



"Since we sold all 25 of our 
i homcsites in our current 
phase at Woodland Meadows 
in less than there weeks, 
we'll be opening the next 
phase or 47 homcsites ahead 
of schedule in early fall/' 
said James Coughlin, 
director of sales and 
marketing for Residential 
Development Group, Inc. 

Woodland Meadows in 
Grayslakc is a community of 
360 single family homes. 
Eight homestylcs are 
available, priced from 
$88,900 to $119,900. A variety 
of two-story plans arc 
available for buyer selec- 
tion. 

"If you offer a well built 
J home at a competitive price, 
there's no magic to why your 
homes sell," said Coughlin. 
"Wtih lower interest rates, 
we are seeing a lot of 
families upgrading to a 
larger residential home 
within the same community. 
Many of our buyers are 
second or third lime 
residential homeowners." 

Coughlin said that 
residential^ reputation for 
stick-built construction .is. 
often cited by buyers as 
. influencing the purchase 
decision. "One of the con- 
cerns of buyers looking for a 
home is that new con- 
struction homes should be 
solidly built and should 



contain prefabricated 
construction," said 
Coughlin. "When people say, 
'They don't make homes like 
they used to,' it's often true. 
We still • retain stick-built 
construction, but new 
technologies and superior 
insulation make these homes 
more comfortable and less 
costly to maintain than 
homes built even five to 10 
years ago." 

Changes in floor plans and 
room counts have reflected 
changes in the family 
lifestyle. "The typical home 
years ago had one bath and 
small, box-like rooms with 
walls to define spaces," said 
Coughlin. "Today's families 
use more appliances in the 
bathroom, therefore, 
creating a need for more 
than one bath to service all 
family members' needs. In 
addition, we've removed a 
lot of those interior walls to 
provide more open, flexible 
living space. Kitchens are 
part of open kitchen, 
breakfast area, and family 
room combinations, and 
formal living and dining 
rooms still provide the 
setting for supper parties or 
business entertaining, but 
without' boxing in the areas 
to restrict their function. 
Woodland Meadows homes 
arc more liveable today and 
really showcase our con- 



struction and design ex- 
pertise." 

The Woodland Meadows 
community is a half mile 
north of Rte. 120 (Bel vide re 
Rd.) off Hunt CluhRd. 

Offices Closed 

All secretary of state of- 
fices and facilities will be 
closed for Labor Day, 
Secretary of State Jim 
Edgar has announced. 
Downstate Driver Services 
facilities outside of Cook 
County will be closed Satur- 
day, Aug. 30, and will reopen 
Tuesday, Sept. 2. All other 
offices and facilities will be 
closed Monday, Sept 1, and 
will resume business 
Tuesday, Sept. 2. 




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Sandage Completes 
5-Month Training 






Denlse Sandage 



Dcnise McAhren Sandage, 
having completed a five- 
month training program 
ending with an intensive 
three-week seminar, has 
been named a Syntcx 
professional medical 
representative, according to 
Jack Tuttle, Syntcx vice 
president of sales. 

In this position. Sandage. 



of Gurnee, will provide 
health care professionals in 
the North Chicago area with 
medical background and 
usage information on Syntcx 
pharmaceutical products. 
Sandage will report to Eileen 
DeFrances, Syntex district 
manager. 

Prior to joining Syntex, 
Sandage was a staff phar- 



macist at St. Thercse 
Medical Center. She 
received her pharmacy 
degree from Purdue 
University, West Lafayette, 
Ind. in 1979, 

Joins Firm 

Mundelein resident Susan 
Bowers has joined Koenig 
and Strey Inc. Libertyville 
residential sales otltce. 



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Whether a woman has experienced childbirth or is due to be a first- 
time mother, Rock-A-Bye Club offers many exciting opportunities to 
prepare for the new baby. Northern Illinois Medical Center'* year- 
round, free prenatal series covering all three trimesters of pregnancy 
Is designed for mothers and fathers. Includes a special night for 
grandparents, and features a Sunday afternoon session for the 
newcomer's siblings. The Early Bird Classes for the first three 
months are especially important to first time mothers. The second 
trimester Is covered by the Hound T\vo Classes, and the third 
trimester is called the home Stretch. For those women anticipating a 
cesarean delivery, there is a special class offered for both parents. 

MIMC offers the on-going prenatal series so that an expectant 
mother may enter the classes at the time she feels is right for her. It 
is suggested that the parents-to-be attend the full series for 
complete prenatal instruction. 

The classes offer ample opportunity for parents to. ask questions 
about the physical and emotional changes that occur during 
pregnancy, as well as the adjustments that must be made as a 
couple and with other children. Truly family-centered, the education 
series is an excellent resource for parents, for information on Rock 
A-Bye Club, the free classes and PtIMC's entire maternity service, call 
815/3*4 5000, and ask for the Rock-ABye Coordinator. MIMC - 
knows all about your great expectations. 



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Beware Of Billing Abuses 
By Utilities, Banks, Etc. 



American consumers arc 
finding it increasingly dif- 
ficult to decipher over- 
charges on utility bills, bank 
statements and credit card 
bills. 

A recent Gallup Poll 
reported that 28 percent of 
the people surveyed did not 
know how to read and un- 
derstand their telephone 
bills. 

The problems have been 
compounded by the 
divestiture of AT&T and 
deregulation of many 
telephone services by the 
federal government. Con- 
sumer advocates told The 
Meyers Report about the 
following recent billing 
problems with energy 
utilities, credit cards and 
bank statements: 

-TELEPHONE COM- 
PANIES - AT&T and other 
telephone companies have 
been found charging 
customers rental fees for 
telephone equipment which 
has been purchased or 
returned. 

Several long distance 
companies have been 
signing up residential ana 
small business customers 
for long distance calling 
service without obtaining the 
customer's authorization. 

Telephone companies 
often charge customers for 
local and long distance calls 
that ar.c dialed but not 
completed. Some companies 
start charging you after five 
or six rings, even if no one 
answers the phone. 

One way to spot this billing 
abuse is to look for one- 
minute telephone calls on 
your bill. One customer of 
Pacific Bell found more than 
100 one-minute calls on his 
bill. Experts say this 
practice will diminish as all 
long distance companies get 
"equal access" to long 
distance lines. 

Poor quality long distance 
service is commonplace. If 
you experience trouble 
hearing the other party, or 
arc suddenly disconnected, 
contact the long distance 
company immediately, or 
make a note of the date and 
time of the call, when your 
bill comes, do not pay for the 
call. 

-ENEKGY UTILITIES - 
On gas and electric bills, be 
partiularly wary of 
"estimated meter readings" 



in which the company 
simply guesses about usage 
in prior months to determine 
your current bill. This can be 
a major form of billing 
abuse. 

Faulty meter reading is 
another problem. One 
customer or Brooklyn Union 
Gas was billed $33 because of 
an estimated meter reading 
on an apartment which 
happened to be vacant 
during that month. 

Watch carefully for other 
types of creative billing. A 
customer of Commonwealth 
Edison in Chicago com- 
plained that the company 



you know it is virtually 
impossible to follow the fine 
print which explains how the 
company determined the 
finance charges. 

Different banks use dif- 
fcrent methods of 
calculating interest fees. It's 
possible that under the same 
interest rate your finance 
charges could vary by as 
much as 100 percent, 
depending upon how the 
"average daily balance 
subject to finance charge'* is 
determined. 

The Meyers Report urges 
consumers to be especially 
alert for the following kinds 



The Meyers 
Report 







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been a lecturer and consultant to major 
financial Institutions government analysts, 
real estate developers. and daily newspapers 
throughout the nation for the past 16 years. 
Readers arc invited to submit comments and 
questions for possible use as subjects for 
future columns. Write Gary S. Meyers & 
Associates. Ltd.. 20 W, Hubbard. Chicago. IL 
60610. 



sometimes undcr-rcads 
meters in the month prior to 
rate increases. It is not 
uncommon for bills to jump 
25 percent when the utility 
billed customers for the full 
usage at the new. higher 
kilowatt hour rates. 

Always demand that your 
utility company explain 
every charge on your bill. 
Many slates provide specific 
procedures for disputing a 
utility bill. Follow these to 
prevent the company from 
terminatingyour service. 

Watch out for late 
payment charges or interest 
fees on erroneous charges. If 
the problem appears to be 
widespread, contact state 
utility officials and your 
state legislators about the 
matter. 

-CREDIT CARDS AND 
BANK STATEMENTS - The 
Truth in Lending Act 
requires financial in- 
stitutions to disclose in- 
terest, finance and other 
charges, and to set forth how 
they a re calculated. 

However, if you have ever 
studied your credit card bill, 



of billing mistake: 

-OVERCHARGES AND 
PHONY CHARGES - Some 

unscrupulous merchants will 
bill your credit card for 
products or services you 
never requested or received. 

Mistaken debits on bank 
statements arc occurring 
more frequently with in- 
creased use of automatic 
teller machines and the host 
of special charges related to 
minimum balances and- 
bounced checks. 

-INTERFST FEES ON 
MISTAKES - Sometimes 
correcting an overcharge or 
phony charge is only the 
beginning-some companies 
neglect to correct the in- 
terest fees and other charges 
attached to the billing 
mistake. 

-SERVICE AND HAN- 
DLING CHARGES - A 

number of credit card 
companies effectively 
charge higher interest than 
they state by requiring 
monthly or annual fees, even 
if the consumer is no longer 
using the card. 



No business will be transacted on 
Monday, September 1, Labor Day. 
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pressure which often means putting together floral arrangements for as many as 
five weddings a day during peak summer months. Mullen, who considers herself a 
designer as well as a florist, offers free consultations for bridal planning. Debbie's 
Floral, in conjunction with Lakeland Newspapers, will sponsor the second annual 
Wedding Expo Jan. 18 at the Gurnee Holiday Inn. Highlights will be a brunch 
featuring wedding fashions by Milady's Specialty Shop ond Henry's Formal ware 
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high school football fans will 
be presented in the Thur- 
sday, Sept. 4, issue of this 
newspaper. 

The 1986 All Lakeland 
High School Football Team, 
a pre-season selection, will 
be presented in conjunction 



with the annual Lakeland 
Newspaper's Prep Football 
Preview. 

Who will be the top prep 
running back in the 
Lakeland area* Who will be 
the outstanding interior 
linemen 

These and many other 



On The Way For Football Fans 



questions will be answered 
Sept. 4, in the football 
review, 'one of the most 
popular special sections of 
the year produced by the 
Lakeland Newspaper group. 
Details of the pre-season 
picks are being worked out 
by Mike Pramshafer, asst. 



managing editor, and Steve 
Peterson, sports copy editor. 
Lakeland writers will be 
interviewing coaches, of- 
ficials and others close to the 
prep scene to come up with a 
concensus squad of who will 
be prep stars of the coming 



season. 

"Pre-season selections are 
customary and popular in 
other parts of the country, 
but as far as we know no 
other football all-star team 
ever has been picked in this 
locality before the season 



started until now," observed 
publisher William H. 
Schroeder. 

The annual prep preview 
includes photos, rosters, 
schedules and interviews of 
all high schools served by 
Lakeland Newspapers. 



Sequoits Eager During 
Rebuilding Process 



Set Hunting, Outdoord Show 



"What we lack in ex- 
perience we are making up 
in eagerness," said Antioch . 
High School Football Coach 
Steve Wapon, a week after 
practice began. 

Last year the Antioch 
Sequoit gridders finished the 
season in second place in the 
North Suburban Conference 



The positions of all-star 
and all-state players like 
Bob Johnson, Matt Hum- 
phreys, Tom Holman, Jamie 
Zophel, Pat Bruits and Rob 
Visay are all open this year, 
as is the quarterback spot 
since Mike DoBosh moved 
away. 

The Sequoits lost nine of 11 



and in the top eight teams in offensive players and eight 



the state 

But transfers and 
graduation have left the 
Sequoits ' with a new and 
inexperienced team coming 
into the ISM season which 
starts with the Sequoits 
pitted against last year's 
conference champs, the 
unbeaten Libertyville 
Wildcats, on Saturday, Sept. 
6, at Libertyville. 



of the 1 1 offensive men. 

Coach Steve Wapon said 
that a first cut has left just 
over 50 players* on the 
varsity with three of them 
vying to fill DoBosh' s 
football shoes: senior Wade 
Kiltnan, 6-3, 165 pounds; 
junior Chris Polark, 6-1, 164 
pounds and junior David 
Wick, 6-1, 188 pounds(came 
to varsity as sophomore) . 



Rams Prepare 
For Opener 



Grayslake football coach 
Harold Jahnke is busily 
preparing some 30 players 
for the season opener. 
' Jahnke. the school's 
athletic director, started his 
duties as football coach 
earlier this month. 



The Rams will be striving 
for respectability after 
falling to 1-8 last year. 

The season starts with an 
away game against St. 
Catherine's of Racine, WI 
Sept. 6. 



'Breaks,' Work Could 
Give Mustangs Edge 



Mundelein High School 
football coach Gary Hefner 
is looking at his team's 
progress very positively as 
the season begins to move in- 
to high gear. 

Pleased with the overall 
turnout of about 41 students 
for practice, Hefner said the 
Mustangs will have 16 retur- 
ning lettermen and about 
eight athletes in starting 
positions. 

The Mustangs will play 



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group are available at your 
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please call (312) 223-8161. 



their first at home game on 
Saturday, Sept. 6 against 
Lake Forest. 



So far Wapon is depending 
on returnees, Brian 
Pankauskas, senior, 5-11, 
tight end; Steve Pappadakis, 
senior, 5-9, 240 pound guard; 
Jim Smith, senior, 6-2,1 186 
pound def. tackle; Dale 
Gade, senior, 5-11, 174 pound 
def. guard; Bob Cord, 
senior, 5-10, 148 pound 
linebackertswitching from 
def. end.)' 

Marathon 
Deadline 
Is Sept. 1 

The entry deadline for 
America's Marathon in 
Chicago is Sept. 1. Open to 
all runners 16 years or older, 
the Sunday, Oct. 26 race is 
expected to draw as many as 
12,000 participants/ in- 
cluding as many as 50 of the 
world's top distance run- 
ners. Entry fee is $10, with a 
special $5 fee for persons 60 
and over. Each runner will 
receive a t -shirt. Entry 
forms can be obtained by 
sending a self-addressed, 
stamped envelope to 
America's Marathon, 214 W. 
Eric, Chicago, 60610, or by 
ca ling the marathon office at 
(312) 951-0660. Entry fees 
must be accompanied by a 
completed entry form 
postmarked no later than 
Sept. y h Late registration, 
with an increased entry fee, 
will open Sept. 3. 



The second annual All- 
Midwest Hunting and 
Outdoor Show will be held 
Sept. 5 through 7 at Lake 
County Fairgrounds, 
Grayslake. 

More than 150 exhibitors 
will display hunting dogs and 
accessories, sporting arms, 
decoys, collectibles, archery 
equipment, game birds, 
black powder, RV's, and 
other products of interest to 
the hunter or outdoorsman. 
Lodges, resorts, clubs and 
conservation departments 
also will be represented. 



Special features include 
contests, a trap range, an 
archery range, an air rifle 
range, a historical "hunters' 
rendezvous," and other 
activities. 

Some of the nation's best- 
known experts in hunting 
and outdoor activities will 
present educational 
seminars and demon- 
strations each day of the 
show. 

All seminars and 
demonstrations are spon- 
sored by Midwest Outdoors 
magazine and hosted by gun 



dog authority John Scyman. 

Special activities will 
include a turkey shoot and 
turkey calling contest, both 
on Friday, and a duck 
calling contest on Saturday. 

Show hours are Friday and 
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; 
and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
Admission is $5 for adults, 
$2.50 for children 6-12, and 
children 5 and under, free. 

The fairgrounds are 
located at the intersection of 
Hwy. 120 and Rte. 45, four 
miles west of 1-94. 



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Obituaries 






Michael Angelo 

Funeral mass for Michael 
Angelo, 57, a former resident 
of Antioch and Round Lake, 
was held on Tuesday, Aug. 
26, at St. Joseph Catholic 
Church in Round Lake. 

Mr. Angelo died on Friday, 
Aug. 22, at his home in 
Texas. He was born on June 
4, 1929 in Chicago. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Rosemary Angelo tnee Por- 
dugal); one son, Michael 
Joseph Angelo; three 
daughters, Diane and 
Jacqueline of Texas, and 
Valentina of Wisconsin; his 
mother, Marie Lisciandrello 
of Round Lake; two sisters; 
and many nieces, nephews 
and other relatives. 

Interment was at Ascen- 
sion Cemetery in Liber- 
* tyville. 

Leola Palinski 

Funeral services for Leola 
"Babe" Palinski (nee 
Fairgrieve), 65, a Fox Lake 
resident for 36 years, were 
held on Monday, Aug. 25, at 
the K.K. Hamsher Funeral 
Home in Fox Lake (in the 
chapel on the lake). 

Mrs. Palinski died on 
Friday, Aug. 22, at Condell 
Memorial Hospital in Liber- 
ty ville. She was born on Nov. 
6, 1920 in Chicago. 

Survivors include two 
sons, John (Georgianne) 
Palinski of Round Lake 
Beach and Stanley (Bea) 
Palinski of Wisconsin; one 
daughter, Clara Lee (John) 
Sen wager of Florida; two 
grandsons; eight grand- 
daughters; one brother; and 
many nieces, nephews and 
other relatives. 

Entombment was at Win- 
(bridge Cemetery in Gary. 

Severine Matthews 

Mass of the Resurrection 
for Severine Matthews, 93, of 
Wauconda, was held on 
Thursday, Aug. 21, at St. 
Gilbert Church in 
Grayslake. 

Mrs. Matthews died on 
Tuesday, Aug. 19, at Lake 
Forest Hospital in Lake 
Forest. She was born on Oct. 
26, 1892 in Chicago, and had 
made her home in Grayslake 
for over 50 years. 

Survivors include one 
daughter, Evelyn (Kenneth) 
Vassau of Wauconda; three 
sisters; four grandchildren; 
and five great- 

grandchildren. 

Interment was at St. 
Adalbert Cemetery in Niles. 

Christina Deinlein 

Mass of the Resurrection 
for Christina Mabel 
Deinlein, 88, of Round Lake, 
was held on Friday, Aug. 22, 
at St. Joseph Church in 
Round Lake. 

Mrs. Deinlein died on 
Tuesday, Aug. 19, at St. 
Therese Medical Center in 
Waukegan. She was born on 
Nov. 9, 1897 in fremont Twp., 
and had made her home in 
Round Lake for the past five 
years. 

Survivors include three 
daughters, Lorraine 
(Eugene) Amann of Round 
Lake, Genevieve (Walter) 
Carsten of Mundelein and 
Marion (Jack A.) Henderson 
of Gurnee; four sons, Emil 
(Gertrude) Deinlein of 
Waterloo, Joseph (Jeannie) 
Deinlein of California, Ed- 
ward Deinlein of California 
and Bernard Deinleinb, also 
of California; 19 grand- 
children; and 14 great- 
grandchildren. 

Interment was at St. 
Mary's Cemetery in 
Fremont Center. 



Nellie Isaacson 

Funeral services for Nellie 
D. "June" Isaacson, 59, of 
Round Lake Heights, were 
held on Thursday, Aug. 21, at 
the Strang Funeral Chapel in 
Grayslake. 

Mrs. Isaacson died on Sun- 
day, Aug. 17, at Lake Forest 
Hospital in Lake Forest. She 
was born on June 26, 1927 in 
Chicago, anz had made her 
home in Wildwood for over 
17 years before moving to 
Round Lake Heights two 
years ago. 

Survivors ■ include her 
husband, Lawrence I.; three 
daughters, Jackie (Dave) 
Willis of California, Marlene 
Isaacson of Arizona and Rita 
Matthews of Gurnee; three 
sons, Jordan (Kathy) of 
Nevada, Bob (Sue) of Wad- 
sworth and Charles (April) 
of Wildwood; 11 grand- 
children; and her mother, 
Irene Jobbins of Michigan. 

Interment was at Highland 
Memorial Park Cemetery in 
Libertyville. 

Ava Revoir 

Funeral services for Ava 
May Revoir (nee Briggs) , 81, 
a Spring Grove resident for 
over 16 years, were held on 
Saturday, Aug. 23, at the 
K.K. Hamsher Funeral 
Home in Fox Lake (in the 
chapel on the iake). 

Mrs. Revoir died on Wed- 
nesday, Aug. 20, at the Nor- 
thern Illinois Medical Center 
in McHenry . She was born on 
Oct. 28, 1904 in Minnesota. 

Survivors include one 
daughter, Myrna Revoir of 
Spring Grove; two sons, 
Donald (Marybeth) Revoir 
of Chicago and Lanny J. 
Revoir of California; four 
grandsons; one grand- 
daughter; four great- 
grandsons; - two great- 
granddaughters; one sister; 
and many nieces, nephews 
and other relatives. 

Interment was at Elmlawn 
Cemetery in Elmhurst. 

Rose Gilbert 

Funeral, mass for Rose 
Ann Gilbert, 76, of 
Waukegan, will be held on 
Thursday, Aug. 28 in 
Waukegan. 

Mrs. Gilbert died on Sun- 
day, Aug. 24, at her home. 
She was born on May 11, 1910 
in South Dakota. 

Survivors include two 
daughters, Elaine (Lee) 
Neuroth of Ingleside and 
Arlene (Richard) French of 
Indiana; 14 grandchildren; 
and 18 great-grandchildren. 

Entombment was at 
Queen of Heaven Cemetery 
in Hillside. Arrangements 
were made by the Peterson 
Funeral Home in Waukegan. 

Edward Irwin 

Funeral services for Ed- 
ward L. Irwin, 67, a resident 
of Spring Grove for 30 years, 
were held on Monday, Aug. 
25, at the K.K. Hamsher 
Funeral Home in Fox Lake 
( in the chapel on the lake) . 

Mr. Irwin died on Aug. 22 
at St. Therese Medical Cen- 
ter in Waukegan. He was 
born on Nov. 11, 1918 in 
Chicago. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Jane Irwin (nee Heimke) of 
Spring Grove; one son, Ed- 
ward C. Irwin of Spring 
Grove; one daughter, Susan 
(Carlos) Rodriguez of 
Pistakee Highlands; one 
brother; one sister; and 
mnay nieces, nephews and 
other relatives. 

Interment was at Millburn 
Cemetery in Millburn. 



Christina Patterson 

Memorial mass, for 
Christina Marie Patterson, 
9, of Wildwood, was held on 
Monday, Aug. 25, at St. 
Gilbert Church in 
Grayslake. 

Little Christina died on 
Monday, July 7, at Condell 
Memorial Hospital in Liber- 
tyville. She was born on Jan. 
27, 1977 in Waukegan, and 
had made her home in Wild- 
wood. 

Survivors include her 
parents, Stewart and Lynn 
(Walsh) Patterson; one 
sister; one' brother; her 
maternal grandmother, Ber- 
nice Walsh of Naperville; 
adn her paternal grand- 
parents, Virgil and Retha 
Patterson of Michigan. 

Paul Zich 

Funeral services for Paul 
H. Zich, 78, of Round Lake, 
were held on Monday, Aug. 
25, at Trinity Evangelical 
Lutheran Church in Long 
Lake. 

Mr, Zich died on Friday, 
Aug. 22, at his home. He was 
born on Jan. 10, 1908 in 
Chicago, and had resided in 
Round Lake for over 40 
years. 

Survivors include his wife, * 
Jessie "Peggy" (nee 
Bryant) ; one daughter, Bon- 
nie (James) Kuester of An- 
tioch; one son, Paul (Ema) 
Zich Jr. of Round Lake; two 
sisters; one brother; four 
grandchildren; and four 
great-grandchildren. 

Interment was at Avon 
Centre Cemetery, north of 
Grayslake. 
* 

E. Morley Webb 

E. Morley Webb, 76, of 
Mexico City, Mexico, for- 
merly of Antioch, died Wed- 
nesday, Aug. 13 in Mexico. 

He was born on Nov. 21, 
1909 in Antioch and had at- 
tended the local schools. He 
moved to Mexico in the early 
1930's. 

Survivors include several 
cousins. 

Barbara Stahl 

Funeral mass for Barbara 
"Dottie" Stahl (nee Diet- 
meyer), 72, of Wadsworth, 
was held on Saturday, Aug. 
23, at St. Patrick Church in 
Wadsworth. 

Mrs. Stahl died on Aug. 20 
at Lake Forest Hospital in 
Lake Forest. She was born 
on May 22, 1914 in Wad- 
wworth, and had been a life 
long resident. 

Survivors include two 
daughters, Barbara 
(Richard) Huffhines and 
Jayne. (Larry) Davis, and 
one son, Robert (Judith) 
Stahl, all of Wadsworth; 
eight grandchildren; eight 
great-grandchildren; two 
sisters; and one brother. 

Interment was at Ascen- 
sion Cemetery in Liber- 
tyville. 

Peter Gentile 

Funeral services for Peter 
J. Gentile, Jr., 40, of Lake 
Villa, were held on Saturday, 
Aug. 23, at Ringa Funeral 
Home in Lake Villa. 

Mr. Gentile died on Thur- 
sday, Aug. 21, at St. Therese 
Medical ■ Center in 
Waukegan. He was born on 
Nov. 27, 1945 in Waukegan, 
and had lived in this area all 
-of his life. 

Survivors include his 
mother, Florence Gentile; 
two brothers; two sisters; 
and one nephew. En- 
tombment was at Ascension 
Cemetery in Liberty ville. 



Charles Tonyan 

Funeral mass for Charles 
B. Tonyan, 61, and Ingleside 
resident for many years, 
was held on Wednesday, 
Aug. 27, at St. Bcdcs Catholic 
Church in Ingleside. 

Mr. Tonyan died on Sun- 
day, Aug. 24, at the VA 
Medical Center in North 
Chicago. He was born on 
Nov. 4, 1924 in Fox Lake. 

Survivors include three 
brothers; two sisters; and 
many nieces, nephews and 
other relatives. 

Interment was in Cary... 



Michael Tulumello William Deplce 



Funeral services for 
Michael J, Tulumello, 63, of 
Ingleside, were held on Wed- 
nesday, Aug. 27, at the 
George R. Justen and Sons 
Funeral Home in McHenry. 

Mr. Tulumello died on 
Monday. Aug. 18, at the Nor- 
thern Illinois Medical Center 
in McHenry. He was born on Waukegan. 
June 26, 1923 in Canada, and Survivors 
had been an Ingleside 
resident for 35 years. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Jeannette (nee Darrough); 
and two brothers. 



Funeral services for 
William H. Depkc, 63^ of 
Gurnee, were held on Thur- 
sday, Aug. 21, at the Marsh 
Funeral Home in Gurnee. 

Mr. Dcpke died on Aug, 18 
at St. Therese Medical Cen- 
ter in Waukegan. He was 
born on Jan. 10, 1923 in 



include two 
brothers; and several 
nieces, nephews and other 
relatives. Interment was at 
Warren Cemetery in Gur- 
nee. 



Pinka To Teach B 
At Chandlers Fitness 




Chandlers Family Fitness 
Center announces that Bobbi 
Pinka will be teaching ballet 
classes at the fitness center 
on an exclusive basis. 

For the past eight years 
she has been the ballet in- 
structor for. THE JACK 
BENNY CENTER FOR 
THE ARTS in Waukegan and 
has recently decided to 
devote all her talents to 
teaching in the Lin- 
denhurst/Lake Villa area A 
She will be offering classes 
exclusively at Chandlers on 
Mondays and Saturdays 



beginning Monday, Sept., 8. 

Pinka has studied 
classical ballet for over 25 
years and received the 
majority of her training with 
John Petri, a premier dan- 
seur with The Ballet Russe 
for 19 years. 

Despite the fact that her 
background is from a very 
strict Russian school of dan- 
ce, her philosophy in 
teaching is not only to 
educate her students in the 
art of dance but to also make 
their dance experience an 
enjoyable one. 



She feels that every 
student can do well in at 
least one aspect of dance and 

will try to help them to 
achieve this through en- 
couragement, by instilling 

self-confidence and giving 
each student the individual 
attention they deserve. 

Professional dancers have 
been in her family for 
generations dating all the 
way back to the first Odette 

in the first production of 
Swan Lake in Russia. 



Programs To Receive Funds 



Sec. of State and State 
Librarian Jim Edgar has 
announced that two Lake 
County literacy programs 
will, receive funds from his 
office totaling more than 
$67,000 through a special 
literacy grant program 
created last ' year. The 
money will fund volunteer 
tutoring programs and other 
literacy services coor- 
dinated by the College of 
Lake County and the 
Waukegan Public Library. 

"An estimated two million 
adults in Illinois live with the 



handicap of functional . 
illiteracy," said Edgar, who 
chairs the Illinois Literacy 
Council. "Having Tailed to 
reap the rewards of formal 
education as children, these 
individuals are reluctant to 
return to the classroom 
setting as adults. Coming to 
their aid are a growing 
number or volunteer tutoring 
programs." 

A total or 85 local and 
regional literacy programs 
in Illinois will receive nearly 
$4 million this fiscal year to 



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Hold Orientation Meeting 

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Lake County would like to 
invite interested men and women to learn more about their 
program at an orientation meeting from 7 to 9 p.m.. Tuesday. 
Sept. 2. at the office at 4213 Grove Ave. in Gurnee. Volunteers 
share three to five hours a week with a child in need of a 
friend. For information, call (312) 360-0770. 

Combined Club Holds Dance 

All "ingles ?ire invited to ; i Combined Cluli Singles Dance 
with the live music of Fin* and Ruin at 8:30 p.m.. Saturday, 
Aug 3D at the Hyail Regency Woodlield. IBM) E. Golt Rd.. 
Schaumburg. The dance is co-sjionsorcd by the Northwest 
SingK-s Association, Singles and Company, and Young 
Suburban. Singles. Admission is $6 lor non-members, $5 lor 
members. For more information call (312) 725-3300. 

Seeking Art Show Participants 

The Chain O'Lakes Cultural Arts Assn. is looking lor artists 
to participate in their Fine Arts in Autumn Show which will 
o|hii Aug. 29 at Second Federal Savings and Loan in Fox 
Lake. Painting, sculpture and mixed media puces will be 
shown. For details, write to the Chain O'Lakes Cultural Arts 
Assn.. Box 394. Fox Lake IL 600211. 

Host 'Amigo Meeting* 

Lake County Parents Without Partners invites siiigie 
parents interested in the group to an "Amigo Meeting." 
Thursday. Aug. 28 at 8 p.m. in Round Lake Beach. For 
directions/information, call (312) 546-5463. 

'American Graffltti 1 Dance 

Lake County Parents Withoul Partners invites the public 

.(single or married) to a SO's-60's "American Grafitti" Fifth 

Friday Dance, at 9 p.m., Friday! Aug. 29. There will be 

contests, prizes; and dancing to the music ol "39 & Holding." 

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support local services for 
adults who cannot read. This 
is the second year money has 
been * appropriated by - uu> 
Illinois General Assembly. 
for distribution to a broad 
.range of literacy programs, 
including adult education 
agencies, libraries, volun- 
teer programs, community 
organizations and coalitions 
of such groups. 

A grant of nearly $28,000 to 
the College of Lake County 
will fund the activities of a 
literacy coalition which 
includes the College or Lake 
County's adult education and 
volunteer tutoring 

programs. Catholic 
Charities, and a network of 
10 Lake County public 
libraries. 

These organizations will 
cooperate in delivery of 
services and referral of 
students to a variety of 
literacy services. Pre-school 
children of students at- 
tending classes will be 
eligible to participate in 
child care and pre-school 
programs which emphasize 
developmental skills. 

Receiving separate 

funding is a project sub- 
milted by the Waukegan 
Public Library on behalf of 
the ten-member Libraries 
for Literacy . network. A 
grant of more than $39,000 
will allow the libraries to 
develop or expand collec- 
tions of new-reader books 
and to conduct a Lake 
County literacy awareness 
campaign. The libraries 
(Antioch, Fox Lake, 
Highland Park. Lake Forest, 
Libertyville, Mundelein, 
North Chicago: Round Lake, 
Waukegan, and Zion) are 
currently providing space to 
volunteer tutoring programs 
and are referring people to 
appropriate programs. 
Libraries lor Literacy works 
closely with the Lake County 
Area Planning Council for 
Adult Edcualion. the College 
of Lake County and Literacy 
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Congratulations, 
America... 

Your accomplishments in every 
field have enabled us all to 
enjoy a healthier economy, a 
better standard of living and a 
happier outlook for the future. 
We're proud to be a part of 
America's working force, and 
take this Labor Day to salute the 
people who get the job done. 



September 1. 






A.R.F. LANDFILL, INC. 

HI.. 83 [ I mi. South ol Rl*. 1 10] 
Groytlok.. Illinoil 

(313)333-3733 



AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE 
Roger Lutz A Hon Blomberg 

108C.nf.rSt. 

Gfoyiloke. IllinoU 

(313) 333-3888 

ANTIOCH TRAVEL AGENCY 

435 lake Slr.«l 
" Anlioch, Illinoil 

1313) 393-0645 
BILL'S TAVERN 

Jim. A B.lty Davit, Propri.lori 

349 C.nf.r Si. 
Grayilafc., Illinoil 

(313)333-4484 

BILLER PRESS A MANUFACTURING 

966 Victoria Sir ••> 
Anlioch, lllinon 

(313)395 4111 
(313)395-1303 

BUTLER'S AUTO BODY 

l606Fo.rd.ldRd 

Round tok., Illinoil 
(313) 546-5757 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ANTIOCH 

485 Lob* Si> i« i 
Anlioch. Illinoil 

(313) 395-3111 

FOX LAKE HEALTH CLINIC 

Or. Forr.tl Kogut, Chiropractor 
Or. O.borah Palm.r, Napropaih 

601 S. Rout. 59 
Ingt.ud.. III.. 60041 

(312) 587-6011 



FOX LAKE JEWELRY 

34 C. Grond A*.. 
Fen Lok.. Illinoil 

(317! 587-5141 



FOX LAKE MOTEL 

3SS. Root. 12 
Fox Lok.. lit.. 60030 

(313) 587.8283 



'COURTESY ol FOX LAKE POLICE ASSOCIATION" 

Fox I oh.. HI. 60030 



GOODMAN WEST ELECTRIC SUPPLY 

"S.rvmg All Your E loclrical N««d»" 

9 Eait Grond Av.no. 
Fox Lok., Illinoil. 60030 

GRAYSLAKE MOBIL GAS 

735 8.lvid»r. Rd. 

(Corner Roul.l 83 & 130) 

Groyilak*. Illinoil 

(313)333-7377 

GROVE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

16 Eoil Grand Av.. 
Fox loti.. III,. 60030 

(313) 587-3155 
H.O.D. DISPOSAL 

23275W.Roult.l73 
Anlioch. Illinoil 

(313) 3953030 



HAIR STUDIO 

955 Victoria Sir*. I 
Anlioch, Illinoil 

(313)395-1119 



C. HALING ft SONS 
BOATS, MOTORS A MARINA 

36365 W.Lolui Rood 
Antloch, Illinoil 



1312) 395-2250 



J and M TRANSMISSION SHOP 

4307 Witmol Rd. 
5unn*Hd.. III., 60050 

(815)385-9133 



JENSEN HOUSE RESTAURANT 

1185 Main Sir..) 

Corn.rtolRt.. 173 8 S3 

Anlioch, Illinoil 

(313) 395-6474 



JERRY MOLIDOR'S STANDARD 

338 N. Mipp.f link Av.. 
Round Lok.. II, 

(313) 546-9834 



DANIEL F. KNOX (Wis., II., Broker) 

383S Grand Av.. 
WouW.oon, It.. 60085 

(313) 663-1380 



"LAKES AUTO RADIATOR" and 
"NEW SELF STORAGE" 

514 Rollini Rd , lnglei.de. III. 
(313) 587 0131 

MARTIN INSURANCE 

2l6Jon'.lCl 
ltlondLok.,11. 
(313) 536-5755 

MARTY SCHWIND GREENHOUSES 

34396 W. To-nlm. Rood 
Lak. Villa. Illinoil 

I (313) 395 3995 

MCDONALD'S RESTAURANT 

438 Or chord Slr«l 
Anlioch. Illinoil 

(312) 395-0795 

NEW CENTURY BANK 

2000S.lcA.St. J 
Mund.l.in, II. 

(3)3) S663O0O 
NORTH WEST JANITORIAL A CARPET CLEANING 

1 7805 K.waun*. Or. 
Wild wood. II. 

(312) 323 8533 

OUTDOOR SPORTSMAN 

IOI5s.lvidtr.Rd. 
Woukooon, II.. 60OB5 

(313) 633-3553 



PEDERSEN GMC 

Corn.rHwryi. 173 I 45 
Anlioch, Illinoil 

(313)395-3700 



THE PIZZA PLACE 

130W.it Main St. 
Round lak. Pork, It. 

(313) 546-3*35 

ROCK PLUMBING CO., INC. 

* Rout. 120 
Round lob. Pork, It. 

(313) 5467900 

RON'S CITGO 

54 tcnl Giond Av.. 
(Acrou St. From Fo> lak.. Sank) 

Fax I ok.. III.. 60030 

SHEAR PERFECTION 

314 W. Waihington 
Round Lak.. II. 

(312 546-3875 

SKACH MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

950 Anita Si imI 
Anlioch, Illinoil 

(313) 395-8560 

STRANG FUNERAL CHAPEL, LTD. 

4101. S.Md.r.Rd. 

Grcryilokx. ll. 

(312) 3238122 

STRANG FUNERAL HOME 

1055 S. Main Sir hi 
Anlioch. Illinoil 

(313) 3954000 

VONCO PRODUCTS, INC. 

201 Pork A *... 
Lofc.Vtlla.il. 

(313)356-3323 

W. W. TREE SERVICE . 

1 1 73 Hickory Ttrffoc. 
Round lak. Sooth. II. 

(313)546 8733 

WARREN EDWARDS BUILDERS 

33149 N.Hwy.4S 

Wildwood, II. 

(313) 2334)123 

WHITE HEN PANTRY 

R<Hil.l59i(73 

Anlioch,, illinoil 

(313) 395-4530 

WINDS CHANT BOARD A KENNEL 

".'A Mil.i.otRi. 45ooRt. 130 
Groyilak.. II, , 

(313)2230150 



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from Your Show of 

Shows' 
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CD U.S. Farm Report 
5:35 (D Between the Lines 
6:00 O Daybreak 

O Agriculture U.S.A, 

O Lassie 

O Cartoons 

CD Joy of Gardening 

CD Christian Science 

Monitor Reports 

CD Los Hlspanos 

CD Shape Up 

(ESPNJ Harness Racing: 
1 986 Breeders Crown 
6:05 CD Lost in Space 
6:15 O Buyer's Forum 
6:30 OKidsworld 

O Alvln t the Chip- 
munks 

New Zoo Revue 
O New Music City 
USA 

Q Issues Unlimited 
IB Kids, Incorporated 
CD My View 
GD Action 60s 
[HBO] Video Jukebox 
[ESPN] SportsCenter 
7:00 O O The Wuzzles 
(CC) 

O O Snorks 
O © Pink Panther 
and Sons (CC) 
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CD Market to Market 
CD World Chess Cham- 
pionships 

CD Milwaukee Ob- 
server 

CD News 

[HBO| MOVIE: 'You 
Light Up My Life' 
(ESPN] Australian Rules 
Football '86 (R). 
7:05 CD Championship 

Wrestling 
7:30 O O Be r crista in 
^ Bears 

O O Gummi Bears 
(CC) 

O CD Littles (CC) 
O Wild Kingdom 
CD Victory Garden 
ID Profiles of Nature 
ID It's Your Business 
ID Superbook 
8:00 O O Muppet Babies 
O O Smurfs 
. CD CD Bugs Bunny/ 
Looney Tunes Comedy 
Hour 

O Gamer Ted Arms- 
trong 

CD Justin Wilson's 
Louisiana Cookin' (CC) 
CD American Masters 
(CC) 

CD Super Saturday 
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ing Network 
(D Romper Room 
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[ESPN) Revco's World 
Class Women (R). 
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graphic Explorer 
8:30 O Minority Business 
Report 

CD Outdoor Wisconsin 
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(hbo) Welcome Home. 
Jellybean 

(ESPN) Tennis Maga- 
zine (R). 
9:00 O © Hulk Hogan's 
Rock 'n' Wrestling 
O CD Laff-A-Lympics 
(CC) 

O Charlando 
CD, This Old House 
(CC) 

CD Mad Movies With 
the LA. Connection 
CD Telephone Auction 
Shopping Program 



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sents... 

CD Davey & Goliath 
(ESPN) Outdoor Life 
Magazine 

9:30 O O Punky Brewster 
O CD Ewoks/Drolds 
Adventure Hour 
O People to People 
CD Motorweek 
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Marc 

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CD Africa Report: 
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Boat Series 

10:05 ID MOVIE: 'Trail of the 
Lonesome Pine' 

10:30 O O Dungeons and 
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Team: Galactic Guardi- 
ans 

O Star Games 
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11:00 Pole Position 
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kee 

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Special: Haunted 

Trailer (CC) (R). 
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ED Atabare 

€Q World Wrestling 
Federation Champion- 
ship Wrestling 
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1 1:30 O Tennis: U.S. Open 
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Spider-man 
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West' 

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(CC) 

CD All in the Family 
CD Solo Act 
(HBO) ^ MOVIE: 'Six 
^ Weeks 

(ESPNI Ford and Bud- 
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O Superman 
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News 

CD Our World 
(ESPN] College Foot- 
ball: Miami at South 
Carolina 

5:30 O For Our Times 

Christian Science 
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(HBO) MOVIE: 'Sheena' 

6:00 O Daybreak 

© Sunday Mass 

O Sports Legends 

ID Christian Lifestyle 

Magazine 

CD U Is Written 

CD America's Black 

Forum 



CD Jewish Jewels 
6:15 O Community Calen- 
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6:30 © Objective: Jobs 
© Hickory Hideout 
© Insight 
© What's NuT 
CD Christopher Close- 
Up 

CD Tom & Jerry and 
Friends 

CD Glory to God 
CD Jimmy Swaggart 
CD Paul Yonggi Cho 
7:00 O Different Drum- 
mers 

© Dear Gabby 
© Robert Schuller 
© Of Cabbages and 
Kings 

© James Kennedy 
CD CD Sesame Street 
(CC) 

CD Look In 

CD Funtastic World of 
Hanna-Barbera 
CD Divine Plan 
CD Rejoice in the Lord 
7:30 © Magic Door 

© This Is the Life 
© To Be Announced 
© Weekend Edition 
© Robert Schuller 
CD Kenneth Copeland 
€Q Peter Popoff 
CD Dr. Dekruytor 
(HBO) Fraggle Rock - 
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Morning 

© Sunday Morning 
Worship 
© Everyman 
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ED Frederick K. Price 
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©Chicagoland Church 
Hour 

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CD Elmbrook Church 
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CD Funtastic World of 
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CD Living Stones 
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One' 
8:35 CD Andy Griffith 
9:00 O ED Jimmy Swa&gart 
© Gamut 

© MOVIE: 'Dlgby, the 
Biggest Dog in the 
World' 

© Bugs Bunny 
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Week Part 2. 
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[ESPN] Fishin' Hole 
9:05 CD Good News 
9:30 Face the Nation 
© America's Choice 
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©Jem 

CD World of Cartooning 
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9:35 CD .MOVIE: 'The 

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ball 

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Family Counseling Clinic, Inc. 

FREE PREGNANCY COUNSELING 

We can help you make choices and decisions as 
you face an unplanned pregnancy and plan the 
future for yourself and your child. . 

Family Counseling Clinic, Inc. 

Qrayitike and Barrfngton Offices 
24 Hour Telephone: (312) 223-8107 

19300 W. Hwy. 120, Grayslake, IL 60030 
Telephone (31 2) 223-81 07 



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O Money Works 
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grams 

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3:30 O CHiPs Patrol 

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3:35 © The Flintstones 
4:00 O Hart to Hart 
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© New Newlywed 
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© Transformers 
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4:05 © Gilligan's Island 
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4:35 © Leave It to Beaver 

In Stereo. 
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I Flowers are not just for 
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special. 

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FULL SERVICE FLOWER SHOP 

1720 Green Bay Rd. 
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2:30PM [HBOJ — He 
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19 Kate Smith's "Moon 
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8/28/86 

4:00PM [ESPN) — Tho- 
raughbred Rac- 
ing: International 
Festival of Rac- 
ing: Arlington 
Classic 

FRIDAY 
8/29/86 

6:30PM O — Major 
League Baseball: 
Chicago Cubs at 
Atlanta (3 hrs.) 
[ESPN] - World 
Class Wrestling 
(60 mm.) 

SATURDAY 
8/30/86 

2:30PM [ESPN] — Darrell 
Watlrip Explains 
Nascar 

3:00PM © — Wind Surfing 

[ESPN] -Golf: St. 

Jude's Memphis 

Classic Third 

Round. (2 hrs 1 

3:30PM O 09 - Wide 
World of Sports 
Today's sho* fea- 
lures coverage of 
the World Cud 
Gymnastics 
Championships, 
the World Weigh- 
(lifting Champior- 
5hips and the US 
Amateur Golf 
Championship 
(90 mm ) 

SUNDAY 
8/31/86 

1 1:30AM O O — Tennis: 
U.S. Open Cover- 
age is featured 
from Flushing 
MeadOA-Corcna 
Park. NY (5 hrs . 
30 mm ) 

2:00PM O — Major 
League Baseball: 
Chicago Cubs at 
Atlanta (3 hrs i 

3:30PM O — Sport- 
sworld Coverage- 
o! the Budwe'iser 

Arlington Million 
thoroughbred 
horse race <s fea- 
tured from Arling- 
ton Heights. IL 
(90 mm.) 

MONDAY 
9/1/B6 

1:15PM O — Major 
League Baseball: 
Houston at Chi- 
cago Cubs (3 hrs . 
1 f> mm.) 

TUESDAY 
9/2/86 

3:00PM — Major 
League Baseball: 
Houston at Chi- 
cago Cubs (3 
hrs) 

WEDNESDAY 
9/3/86 

1:15PM — Major 
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Houston at Chi- 
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8/28/86 
4:30PM [HBO] - 'Kelly' A 

young girl who is 
having trouble ad- 
justing to life with 
her stepfather, 
leaves the city to 
live with her 
lather in Ihe Alas- 
kan wilderness. 
Christopher 
Chapman. Robert 
Logan. Twyla- 
Dawn ' Vokins. 
1981. 

6:30PM [HBO] — 'Ordeal 
By Innocence' An 
amateur detective 
unwillingly be- 
comes involved in 
the affairs of a 
troubled lamily 
and while investi- 
gating a murder 
uncovers a lew 
c'oset skeletons. 
Donald Suther- 
land, Faye Duna- 
way. Christopher 
Plummer. 1985. 
Rated PG-13. 

7:00PM — 'Chattan- 
ooga Choo Choo' 
In order to collect 
his inheritance, a 
man must restore 
the famous tram 
and make one 
final run from 
Pennsylvania Sta- 
tion George Ken- 
nedy. Barbara 
Eden, Joe Na- 
math 1984 

B:00PM QD — 'Riding Tall" A 
rodeo rider and a 
rich, sophisticated 
lady have diiticul- 
ties overcoming 
their differences 
Andre* Pnne. Gil- 
mer WcCormick. 
1975 
[HBO] — "Stran- 
ger's Kiss' The 
personal relation- 
ship of ttto offs- 
creen lovers prov- 
ides a counter- 
point to me movie 
on *hich they are 
working. Blaine 
Novak. Victoria 
Tennant. Peter 
Coyote 1983 
Rated R 

10:35PM [HBO] — 'The 
Seduction' A TV 
newscaster is pur- 
Sued by a der- 
anged photogra- 
pher whose ob- 
sessive devonon 
turns the worn- 
an's life into a 
nightmare. Mor- 
gan Fairchild. An- 
drew Stevens, Mi- 
chael Sarrazin. 
1982. Rated R" 

1 1:00PM © — 'The Twelve 
Chairs' A priest, 
an ex-nobleman 
and a rascal try to 
track dowri 12 
chairs, searching 
for the one that 
holds a wealth of 
jewels. Ron 

Moody, Frank 
Langella. Dom De- 
Luise. 1970. 
O — 'Eternally 
Yours* A magician 
causes his wife to 
disappear and 
then follows her 
around the globe 
in an effort to 
mend their matri- 
monial rift Lor- 
etta Young, David 
Niven, Billie 

Burke 1-939. 
1 1:30PM — 'The Bramble 
Bush' A doctor re- 
turns to his home 
at trre request of 



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friend who wants 
him to perform a 
, mercy killing Ri. 
chard Burton, Bar- 
bara Rush. Jack 
Carson. I960 

FRIDAY 
8/29/86 

4:30PM [HBO] — 'Arthur' 
A young million- 
aire falls in love 
with a girl from 
the wrong side of 
the tracks. Dudley 
Moore. Liza Min- 
r.elli. Sir John Giel- 
gud. 1981. Rated 
PG. 

7:00PM [HBO] — 'Last 
Dragon' A Bruce 
Lee enthusiast 
must battle the 
Shogun of Harlem 
when a pretty vi- 
deo club d.j. is 
harassed by 

mobsters. Tai- 
mak. Vanity. Chris 
Murney. 1985. 
Rated PG-13. - 

8:00PM © — 'Getting 
Physical' (CC) A 
young woman be- 
comes interested 
in the world ol 
female bodybuild- 
ing and ultimately 
finds a new sell- 
image. Sandahl 
Bergman, Alexan- 
. dra Paul. John 
Aprea. 1984. (R) 

9:00PM [HBO] — 'The Ter- 
minator' In the 
year 2029. the 
rulers ol Earth de- 
vise the ultimate 
plan that will re- 
shape the luture 
by changing the 
past, Arnold 

Schwarzenegger. 
Lmda Hamilton, 
Michael Biehn. 
1984. Rated R. 

10:30PM CD — 'Die. Die. My 

Darling' A girl, 
who is about to be 
married, is'impn- 
so^ed by her dead 
former fiance's 
mother. Tallu'ah 
Bankhead, Ste- 
fonie Powers. Pe 
ter Vaughan 

1965. 
10:50PM [HBO] — 'Com- 
mando' A former 
veteran battles an 
old adversary in 
an effort to rescue 
his kidnapped 
daughter. Arnold 
Schwarzenegger. 
Rae Dawn Chong. 
1985 Rated R. 
11:00PM© — 'Attack on 
Fear' in this fact- 
based dramatiza- 
tion, a married 
couple turns a 
small-town news- 
paper into a Pul- 
itzer Prize- 
winning success 
by reporting on 
controversial ev- 
ents involving a 
cultist commun- 
ity. Paul Michael 
Glaser, Lmda Kel- 
sey. Kevin Con- 
way. 1984. 

© — "Blue Hawaii' 
A soldier, return- 
ing to his 
Hawaiian home, 
takes a job with a 
tourist agency. El- 
vis Presley, An- 
gela Lansbury. 
Joan Blackman. 
1962. 



11:30PM — 'Von Ryan's 
Express' An 

American Air 

Force colonel 
leads a group of 
prisoners of war 
■in taking control 
of a Nazi freight 
'tram. Frank Sina- 
tra, Trevor Ho- 
ward, Brad Dex- 
ter. 1965 



SATURDAY 
8/30/86 

12:00PM O - 'Saint' Roger 
Moor* 1Q67. 

12:30PM© — 'The Trap- 
pers' Tarzan bat- 
tles corrupt trap- 
pers. Gordon 
Scot!. Eve Brent. 
Ricki Sorenson 
1958. 

1:30PM O — 'A- Haunting 
We Will Go' A 
zany duo meets 
up with a couple 
of ghosts. Stan 
Laurel. Oliver 
Hardy. Henry 
Morgan. 1942. 
(D — 'The Caddy' 
A not before a big 
golf match ends 
the careers of the 
players Dean 

Martin. Jerry 

Lewis. Donna 
Reed. 1953. 
[HBO] — 'Reunion 
at Fairborough' A 
disillusioned 
American hero re- 
turning to Eng- 
land lor an Air 
Corps reunion, 
searches lor his 
love of long ago. 
Robert Mitchum, 
Deborah Kerr, 
Red Buttons. 

1985. 

2:00PM © — 'Star Pilot' A 
small space craft 
from the planet 
Hydra is stranded 
in a remote area 
of Earth Kirk Mor- 
ns. Gordon Mitch- 
ell. 1970. 

4:30PM [HBO] — 'Empire 
Strikes Back' 
While Han Solo 
and Princess Leia 
enlist the help of 
Lando Calnssian 
to battle the evil 
empire. Luke Sky- 
walker is in- 
structed by Ihe 
mystical Jedi 
teacher Yoda. 
Mark Hamill, Har- 
rison Ford, Carrie 
Fisher. 1980 
Rated PG 



7:00PM — 'Breakout' A 
breakout from a 
mountain prison 
camp is thwarted 
by the plight of a 
small lost boy in 
the snowy waste- 
lands. James 
Drury. Kathryn 
Hays. Woody 

Strode 1970. 
[HBO] — 'Just One 
of the Guys' An 
attractive high 
school student 
disguises herself 
as a boy so that 
she can reenter a 
journalism con- 
test. Joyce Hyser. 
Clayton Rohner. 
Toni Hudson. 
1985. Rated PG- 
13. 
8:00PM © — 'Deadly Les- 
sons' (CC) A 
crazed killer ter- 
rorizes an exclu- 
sive girls* school. 
Donna Reed, 

Larry Wilcox. 
David Ackroyd. 
1983. (R>. 
CD — 'Three Dar- 
ing Daughters' An 
editor tells her 
three daughters 
that she plans to 
remarry. Jeanette 
MacDonald. Jane 
Powell. Edward 
Arnold. 1948. 
9:00PM [HBO] — 'The 
Jerk' This comedy 
involves the out- 
rageous rise to 
stardom of an 
inept and unlucky 
i fool. Steve Martin, 
Bernadette Pe- 
ters. ' Catlm 
Adams.. 1979. 
Rated R. 



10:40PM [HBO] — 'Warning 
Sign' A small mid- 
weslcrrt town is 
endangered when 
a biological exper- 
iment goes awry. 
Sam Waterston, 
Kalhleen Quinlan, 
Yaphel Kotlo. 
1985. Rated R. 

10:45 PM © — 'J.W. Coop' 
After 10 years in 
prison, a rodeo 
circuit rider de- 
cides to become 
the overall champ 
in just one year. 
Cliff Robertson, 
Geraldine Page, 
Christina Ferrare, 
1971. 

SUNDAY 
8/31/86 

12:00PM — 'The Spiral 
Staircase' A 

young mute girl 
senses the pres- 
ence of a killer 
who is terrorizing 
a small town, but 
has no way to ex- 
press her fear. Do- 
rothy McGuire. 
t George Brent. 
Ethel Barrymore. 
1946. 

© — 'That's My 
Boy' The shy. 
anemic son of a 
former All- 

American swim- 
ming champ be- 
comes a football 
hero. Dean Mar- 
tin, Jerry Lewis. 
Polly Bergen. 
1951. 

1 2:30PM O — 'The Day 
They Hanged Kid 
Curry' Two out- 
taws, who have 
changed their 
names and gone 
straight, discover 
someone ts im- 
personating one 
of them. Peter 
Duel. Ben Murphy, 
Robert Morse. 
1971. 

1:00PM [HBO] — 'Thres- 
hold' A heart sur- 
geon must with- 
stand the pres- 
sure of perform- 
ing the first 
artificial heart 
transplant. Don- 
ald Sutherland. 
Jeff Gotdblum. 
Mare Win- 

ningham. 1981. 
Rated PG. 

1:30PM — 'Expresso 
Bongo' A fast- 
talking talent 
agent hits the big 
time when he dis- 
covers a singing 
teenager in a 
Soho cafe. Laur- 
ence Harvey. Syl- 
via Syms. 1960. 

3:00PM [HBO] — 'Sheena' 
An American TV 
producer (alls in 
love with a jungle 
queen out to stop 
an educated na- 
tive prince from 
usurping the 

throne of an Afri- 
can kingdom. 
Tanya Roberts. 
Ted Wass. Dono- 
van Scott. 1984. 
Rated PG. 

3:30PM © — 'Topkapi' A 
woman and her 
lover conspire to 
steal a sultan's 
encrusted dagger. 
Melina Mercouri, 
Peter Ustinov. 
Maximilian Schell, 
1964. 

5:00PM — 'See the Man 
Run' An opportun- 
istic actor pre- 
tends to be in on a 
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West' Two broth- 
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the Civil War, one 
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man. Ihe other fol- 
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son, John Macln- 
tire. 1952. 

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Runner' An Amer- 
ican businessman 
is asked by the 
British Intellig- 
ence to do a cru- 
cial job for them 
on a business trip 
to East Germany. 
Frank Sinatra, Pe- 
ter Vaughan. Mi- 
chael Newport. 
1967. 

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third on the way. 
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baby sitter. Barry 
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Darby, Diane 
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O — 'Man 
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Martin Mull, Tues- 
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7:00PM O — 'My Se- 
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bank executive 
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bank guard use a 
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inactive accounts 
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done good deeds. 
Dick Van Dyke, 
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Thursday, August 26, 1986. 



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Irene Green, Lake County 
Cooperative Extension ad* . 
viscr. has been notified by 
the University of Illinois Ex- 
tension director of her 
promotion to rank of Senior 
II. This is equivalent to a full 
professior with the Univer- 
sity of Illinois. 

Considerations for 
promotion include length of 
service, recipient of awards 
and- recognitions, 

professional improvements 
beyond the master's degree/ 
participation, leadership, ' 
recognition in community 
organizations, programs 
planned, meeting the 
changing needs of clientele, 
and programs planned that 
were creative and in- 
novative. 

Green is beginning her 
15th year of extension work 
in Lake County. She came to 
Lake County in 1972 from the 
Virginia State Cooperative 
Extension Service, working 
in Wythevillc and Roanoke 
for six years. 

The ranks in Illinois ex- 
tension work arc assistant 
associate adviser. Scniorl 
and Senior II. 

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bill 1 to form a coordinated 
suburban system of bicycle 
trails and pathways has been 
signed into law by Gov. 
James Thompson. 

Sen. GeoKaris (R-Zion), 
said the, measure creates the- 
Prairie Trail Authority to 
maintain and coordinate 
trails and paths in Lake, 
DuPage. Kane. McHenry 
and Will Counties. 

••With the growing interest 
in developing trails for 
hiking and bicycling, it 
makes good sense for the 
suburban counties to work 
together to provide a system 
that people can enjoy while 
protecting our en- 
vironment.*' GeoKaris said. 
"Cooperation: "would help 
trim expenses and provide 
uniformity." 

She emphasized that par- 
ticipation in the Prairie Trail 
Authority is strictly, volun- 
tary. "Individual counties 
can make the decision on 
whether they want to tie in 
with the five-county plan." 
she pointed out'. ' 



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On The Stump With The Area's Favorite Daughter 

by CHARLES JOHNSTON have jobs and prosperity said. ''The opportunities are cashed. I'd put together a numerable parades, picnics, be a cowardly thing to do. 



It was the fall of 1975. 
Adeline Geo-Karis was in 
her second term as a state 
representative. Two friends 
and I were celebrating the 
Bi-Centennial a year early 
by taking an extended tour of 
the eastern seaboard. 

We had been on the road 
for over a month by the time 
we got to Bar Harbor, 
Maine. Vague longings for 
the familiar sights and 
routines of home had set in. 
The chill wind's hint of win- i 
ter made us shudder, and the 
briny sea smell was 
depressing because.. .well, 
because it was not like home. 

Walking down the main 
street, we turned a corner 
and there it was: a dark, 



second to none. 

"We can be the nation's 
top energy producer if we 
work at it. The answer is to 
develop alcohol fuels. We are 
the fourth largest coal 
producer. We should lead the 
way in developing methods 
of gassifying and liquifying 
coal. We should continue to 
develop ethanol (corn-based 
fuel). 

•'Here in Lake County 
we've got the North Point 
Marina coming in Zion and 
the racetrack coming to Old 
Mill Creek. That will mean 
jobs for people. 

"I worked my way through 
college While I was a young 
girl. We need programs that 
will help the needy and 



there for those who arc blue-ribbon committee of 

willing to work for them.** retired lawyers ( ,FBI people, 

"Throughout my life, I . and auditors to come up with 

have put my faith in God: I a solution to that problem. 



and festivals. 



blue Ford Galaxy plastered forget about the greedy." 

with stickers urging us to No matter what office Geo- 

cast our votes for Adeline Kans holds all that is 

Geo-Karis. It was not all we needed to put a gleam in her 

longed for, but it was enough eve and a J ut m her J aw » to 
to give the salty ocean wind 



a brisk vigor that we had not 
noticed before. 

Geo-Karis' unique blend of 
blunt talk and warm 
folksiness traveled well. 

••••* 

Senator Geo-Karis has 
punctuated her career with a 
series of firsts. She was the 
first woman in Lake County 
to be appointed an Assl. 
State's Attorney; she was 
the first woman in Lake 
County to be elected a 
Justice of the Peace; she 
was the first chairman of the 
Illinois Energy Resources 
Commission. 

It is to her credit that she 
handled each of her respon- 
sibilities in a manner that in- 
sured she would not be the 
last. Her determination has 
opened doors of opportunity . 
for women throughout the 
county. 

Now she seeks to be the fir- 
st woman to be elected Com- 
ptroller of the State of 
Illinois. Roland Burris, her 
opponent, is a popular in- 
cumbent. With her record 
for achieving what she sets 
out to do, though, Burris is 
leaving nothing to chance; 
the volume and frequency of 
press releases coming from 
his office has increased 
noticeably. 



***** 

"Labor and business must 
work together to get jobs, 
jobs, and more jobs in this 
state," Geo-Karis said, war- 
ming to her favorite subject. 

"Every state official 
should be interested in the 
economic well-being of the 
state. We have the best labor 
force, a central location, 
good transportation, plenty 
of water and energy. We can 



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Helping build opportunities 
for labor is her labor of love. 

•*•*• 

Adeline Geo-Karis 
youngest 



was 
born the youngest of ten 
children on a farm in 
Tegeas, Greece. When she 
was four years old, ner 
parents made the voyage 
that so many before, and so 
many after, have made - the 
voyage to America and op- 
portunity. 

With an immigrant's ap- 
preciation of the opportunity 
to be found here, Geo-Karis 
worked long and hard to bet- 
ter herself. She joined the 
Navy, went to college, star- 
ted a law practice, and made 
a name for herself in 
politics. 

Like so many who passed 
through Ellis Island, her fir- 
st visual memory of 
America is the impression 
the Statue of Liberty made 
on her. Noticing that 
everyone was looking up at 
the statue, four-year-old 
Adeline's girlish mind 
thought, "She must be a very confidence of my clients and 



believe that I am my 
brother's keeper. 

"The Navy taught me self- 
reliance, independence, and 
how to work collectively with 
people. If my country called 
me to serve again, I'd just 
need enough time to get my 
uniform altered." 

***** 

The only woman in her 
graduating class at DePaul 
Law, School, Geo-Karis said 
that her sex was no obstacle 
to moving up the ranks in the 
Navy. Joining a lawfirm was 
another matter, though. 

"I tried to get into three 
lawfirms in Lake County af- 
ter I left the service," she 
said. "They all came up with 
reasons why they wouldn't 
hire me, but the fact was 
they just did not take women 
in those days. So I opened up 
my own office on Sheridan 
Rd. north of Wadsworth. 
Keep in mind that lawyers 
did not have the benefit of 
advertising in those days. 

"Through hard work, 1 did 
well for the clients I got and 
word of mouth started to 
spread. My practice grew 
and became a success. 

"j never forgot the 
barriers that women faced, 
though, and I have supported 
the Equal Rights Amend- 
ment. 

"I could not have gone into 
politics without the law prac- 
tice. My clients and friends 
urged me to run for office. 
The late Jane Paxton, of 
Zion, had worked for several 
governors and she really en- 
couraged me to run for of- 
fice. 

"I need to get a new 
associate attorney in my of- 
fice now," Geo-Karis said, 
"but I have to make sure to 
get one who will merit the 



"There arc currently three 
agencies that are respon- 
sible for forecasting state 
revenues. We need to take 
strong steps to guarantee 
that each year we have 
revenue projections on 
which all can agree. All 
responsible agencies should 
cooperate to put together one 
forecast that is accurate. 
Revenue estimates are too 



important lady." 

Geo-Karis is walking 
evidence of the vitality this 
nation gets from its endless 
infusion of immigrants 
seeking opportunity. 

***** 



A resident of Zion, Geo- 
Karis is seldom seen these 
days without her "Save Our 
Seal" lapel pin, a reference 
to the effort of an out-of-town 
atheist to get the village to 
change its seal, which con- 
tains religious symbols and 
references. 

"I've never been a cry- 
baby; I am a positive person 
who is willing to work hard; 1 
am grateful to God and this 
country for the opportunities 
they have given me," she 



constituents.* 

•*••• 

"I want to find out where 
the sweetheart contracts are 
and get rid of them," 'Geo- 
Karis said. "The state has 
staff lawyers in every depar- 
tment and yet is constantly 
hiring outside lawfirms. 
Either hire competent staff 
attorneys or get rid of all of 
them and contract with 
several consulting lawfirms 
to consistently represent the 
state." 

She does not hesitate to 
say what is wrong with the 
comptroller's office and how 
she intends to fix it. 

"We lose millions of 
dollars every year in state 
drafts that are fraudulently 



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The partisan crowd rewar- 
ded this convoluted bit of 
logic with polite, though sub- 
dued, applause: . 

Then Adeline Geo-Karis 
stepped to the microphone 
and, in her booming voice, 



*••**. 

Judy Koehlcr, Republican 
candidate for the U.S. 
Senate, was speaking at the 

Lake County Republican p rom j scd 'thaMf "she "was' 

Federation's annual dinner c , cctcd comptro ,| er there 

at the Holiday Inn of Mun- would never ^ any dcficjt 

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by accusing her opponent, 
Incumbent Alan Dixon, of 
supporting the LaRouchjes 
because he had stayed on the 
Democratic ticket with 
them. She condemned him 



important to be left to par- for u she ended her specch 
tisan politics. by pre dicting that Dixon 

"We need ighter wou i d ultimately leave the 



screening of all the con- 
tractual services in the state 
to cut out the sweetheart 
.deals," she said. 

Right or wrong, Geo-Karis 
leaves no question where she 
stands on the issues. She's 
not a fence-straddler, 

***** 

When she entered the 
Navy as an apprentice 
seaman in 1942, Geo-Karis . 
told her mother that she was 
getting "a government job." 
She had earlier been rejec- 
ted by the army because of 
her lack of citizenship 
papers. , 

She was not to remain an 
apprentice seaman for long, 
quickly being sent to Mt. 
Holyoke College in Maryland 
for officer's training. 

After a stint teaching 
naval law, she became a 
legal and discipline officer at 
Great Lakes Training Cen- 
ter. She ended her service as 
LI. Cmdr. Geo-Karis, 47 
months and 11 days after her 
entry. 

During her days as a legal 
officer, she doled out punish- 
ments to wayward sailors 
and, in 1946, helped sailors 
who were about to be 
discharged with their legal 
'problems. 

Geo-Karis said that it was 
while in the Navy that she 
gained a healthy appetite. It 
has served her well at in- 



ticket, thus deserting his 
own party. She said it would 



me, if there is no money 
there, I won't sign the 
checks." 

The audience roared its 
approval. After the speech 
was finished, several of the 
party faithful were heard to 
wish out loud that "Geo" had 
been their candidate for the 
U.S. Senate. 




Adeline Geo-Karis 



Park Districts Offer 
Many Chances To Learn 



by STEVE PETERSON 

When one thinks of the local park 
district, swimming lessons may 
automatically come to mind. 

But it is becoming increasingly clear 
that the park district is a place to learn a 
wide variety of useful talents 

While most park districts take a 
something-for-everyone approach, others 
strive for a few well-run programs. Either 
way, there's plenty to be learned out there 
at the parks. 

"We offer 120 programs at one time or 
another throughout the year," Linda Wilt- 
berger, superintendent of recreation for 
Round Lake Area Park Dist., said. 

Wiltberger said at Round Lake, "we of- 
fer something for everyone. Our Moms 
and Tots program starts at six months and 
we have a 93-year-old in our senior 
program." 

Most Lake County park districts are 
staffed with a handful or full-timers and 
rely on volunteers and instructors to make 
sure the classes are executed well. 
. "We could not run the programs without 
the volunteers," Wiltberger said. 

Grayslakc Community Park Dist. Direc- 
tor Dick Broadhurst said the reasons 
varry for taking a park district course. 
Some, wish to brush up on present skills 
while others are jumping into something 
new. 

"It varries depending on the difficulty of 
the course. Older people may take 
something like quilting while younger 
people take our dancing classes," 
Broadhurst said. 



Broadhurst, who used to work at Wild- 
wood Park Dist. before taking over the 
Grayslake job, said his park district 
strives for a few programs well-run. 
v "We strive for quality rather than quan- 
tity. We like to offer a few really solid 
programs and make sure we have 
qualified instructors," Broadhurst said. 

Most park districts operate with a direc- 
tor and a handful of part-time personnel. 
Revenues come from a combination of 
taxes and fees charged for residents and 
non-residents. 

Nancy Hohs, superintendent of reaction 
for Mundelein Recreation Dist., said the 
Mundelein park district offers a variety or 
programs including athletics, arts and 
crafts, and various workshops. 

Hohs, who has been at Mundelein for five 
years, said she has seen an increase in 
popularity for the district's pre-school 
program, among others. 

A key to success, Hohs said, is getting 
youngsters early and keeping ' them 
coming back for more. 

Most park districts are staffed with a 
handful of full-timers and instructors who 
make sure classes run smoothly. Revenue 
is gained through some taxes and fees 
charged to residents and non-residents. 

A new facility at Round Lake on Hart 
Rd. will give the park district an op- 
portunity to expand its programs to gym- 
nastics and programs for the handicapped. 

"The biggest problem right now is lack 
of space. The building on Hart Rd. will 
give us four times more space," Wilt- 
berger said. 



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The best source is newspaper advertising. 
Yours — or somebody else's. 



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it's much harder to build it up again. It's sort of 
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them for something else. 



8 You say your customers know 
you and for a while at least they'll 
■ keep coming in even if you don't 
promote? That's partly true, but shortsighted. 
Remember, one out of five Americans moves 
every year. So there's a steady flow of your 
customers out of your market, and a correspon- 
ding influx of new folks whodon't know you at 
all. Tell them about yourself. ; 



4T[ There are more people working 
, now than ever before. More 
■ women working, too, adding to 
the family income. People still need and want 
goods and services and will spend for them. 
There is plenty of business out there. Your com- 
petitors will be bidding for their share — and 
yours. 

5 You can't do much about most 
factors in the marketplace: rent, 
■ labor cost, price or merchandise, 
what the competition will do. But one thing you 
do control is your own promotion. Remember 
that newspaper advertising is not just a cost of 
doing business. It's a proven sales tool that 
returns many times your investment in store 
traffic and sales. 



9 Here's a hard fact to chew on. 
Over any given period, a business 
■ that advertises below the industry 
average has sales that are below the industry 
average. 



10 



Advertising is "news" — about 
products and services. Your 
1 customers look for this kind of 
news in the pages of Lakeland Newspapers. In 
plush times, retailers* often experiment with 
other media. But when the going gets tough, 
they concentrate their efforts in the newspaper 
because it provides an immediate payoff at the 
cash register. 



CALL YOUR LAKELAND NEWSPAPERS' ADVERTISING 
REPRESENTATIVES. WE'LL HELP YOU PLAN A PROGRAM 
THAT WILL PAY DIVIDENDS IN ADDITIONAL STORE 
TRAFFIC AND INCREASED SALES. 



Lakeland 

Newspapers 
(312)223-8161 






161 Lak«k)nd N«wspap«» 



Thursday, Augu*t 2«; 19*6 



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$107,500 




200,000 




22.000 




16,563 




1426,063 


kidgot 


Appropriation 


70,000 


80,500 


10.000 


11.500 


25,000 


28.750 


10.000 


11.500 


3.000 


3.450 


12.000 


13.800 


160.000 


207,000 


5.000 


5,750 


3,000 


3.450 


1,000 


1.150 


2.000 


2,300 


35.000 


40.250 


3.000 


3.450 


800 


920 


10.000 


11.500 


10,000 


11.500 


3.000 


3,450 


5.000 


5.750 


10,000 


11.500 


10.000 


11.500 


10.000 


11,500 


417.800 


480.470 


8.263 





-LEGAL- 

ORDINANCE Ifr-ltl 

ANNUAL BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE 

FORTH! LAKE VILLA PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING JULY 1 ( ItM 

AND ENDING JUNE St, 1 tt7 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF LIBRARY TRUSTEES OF THE LAKE VILLA PUBLIC 

LIBRARY DISTRICT: 

SECTION I 
II is found and determined by the Board of Library Trustees of the Lake Vilta Public 
Library District (ihe "District"): 

A. The Tentative Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance of the District for 
the fiscal year 1986/1987 has been mode available for public inspection for at 
least 30 days: 

B. Pursuont to notice published at least 30 days in advance, a public hearing was 
held on the Tentative Budgol and Appropriation Ordinance. 

SECTION II 
The amounts herein set forth, or so much thoreof as may bo authorized by law and as 
may be needed, aro hereby budgeted and appropriated to defray the expenses ond 
liabilities of the District, as set forth In Section III for the fiscal year 1 986/1987. 

SECTION III 
The amounts budgeted and appropriated for ooch object or purpose are as follows: 
I. O w nn l Library Fund 

A. Receipts: 

1 . Cosh on hand at beginning of fiscal year 

2. Estimated property tax revenue 

3. Fines, gifts, and donations . 

4. Per-copila gront 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 

B . Expenditures 

1 . Library Materials 

A. Print 

B. Non-print 

2. Operating Expenses 

A. Utilities 

B. Supplies 

C. Postoge 

D. Insurance 

3. Personnel 

A. Soiories 

B. Benefits 
' 4. Contractual Services 

A. Legal 

B. Other Professional 

C. Programming 

D. Computer - CLSI. OCLC 

E. Printing 

F. Other Contractual 

5. Maintenance 

A. Silo* Building 

B. Equipment 

6. Equipment 

7. Continuing Education 

8. Contingency 

9. Interest on Warrants 

10. Tronsler to Special Roserve 
Total Expenditures of General Library Fund 
Cash on hand at end of Fiscal Year 

11. Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund 

A. Receipts 

1 . Cash on hand at beginning 
of I iscol year 

2. Property tax revenue 
TOTAL RECEIPTS v.. 

B. Expenditures 
I . Payment to Illinois Municipal 

Retirement Fund 
Cash on Hand at end of Fiscal Year 

III. Futile liability Fund 

A. Receipts 

1. Cosh on hand at beginning 
af f hvcol year 

2. Property tax revenue 
TOTAL RECEIPTS . 

B. Expenditures 

1 . Payment of Public Liability Premium 

2. Workman's Compensation 

3. Unemployment Premium 
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
Cash on Hand at end af Fiscal Year 

IV. Audit Fund 

A. Receipts 

1 . Cash on hand at beginning 
of fiscal year 

2. Property tax revenue 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 

B. Expenditures 
I. Payment of audit expenses 

Cash on hand at end of fiscal year 

V. Btond wm4 bitorMt 

A. Receipts 

1 . Cosh on hand at beginning 
of f iscol year 

2. Property tax revenue 

3. Personal Property Replacement 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 

B. Expenditures 
1. Payment ol bond and interest . 
2 Fees 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 

Cash on Hand at end of fiscal year 

VL Trust Fund 

A. Receipts 

1 . Cosh on hand at beginning 
of fiscal year 

2. Interest 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 

B. Expenditures 
1 . Audio-visual 

Cash on Hand at end of fiscal year 

VII. Site and BvtldtiMj Fund 

A. Receipts 

1 . Cosh on hand at beginning 
of f iscol year 

2. Interest 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 

B. Expenditures 
1 . Building and grounds improvement 

and maintenance 
Cash on Hand at ond of fiscal year 

VIII. S pe ci al Reserve Fund 

A. Receipts 

1 . Cash on hand at beginning 
of fiscal year 

2. Interest 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 

B. Expenditures . 

1 . Building and grounds maintenance 

2. Equipment 
Cash on Hand at end of fiscal year 





SECTION IV 








Summary of Budget ond Approprh 


st Ion by Funds 








FUND 


, 


Budgot 


Appropriation 


1. General Library Fund 




417,800 




480,470 


11. Illinois Municiool Rotirement Fund 




18,000 




23,900 


III. Public Liability 




12,000 




" 13.800 


IV. Audit 




1,900 




7,400 


V. Bond and Interasl 


' 


57.000 




57,000 


VI, Trust Fund 




7,000 




8,050 


VII. Sito and Building 




4,000 




4,600 


VIII. Special Roserve 


SECTION V 


100,000 




342,400 


The following determinations have been made 


and hereby mod 





part of the 



aforesaid budget. 

a. The cash on hand at I tie beginning of the fiscal year Is $468,300. 

b. An estimate of the cash expected to be received during the fiscal year from all 
sources is $412,733. 

c. An estimate af the expenditures contemplated for the fiscal year is $617,700. 

d. An estimate of the cash expected to be on hand at the end of llie fiscal year is 
$263,333. 

e. An estimate of the amount of loxos to bo received during the liscal year is: 

Real Estate Tax: $319,000 

Personal Property Replacement Tax: $5,000 

SECTION VI 

Unexpended funds remaining in the General Library Fund at tho end of Ihc fiscal year 
shall bo transferred to the Special Reserve Fund. This ordinance shall be in full force ond 
effect immediately upon passage, approval and publication as required by law. 
PASSED AND APPROVED 

YEAS: Roczklewicz, Bollock, Ringa, Johnson, Pederson, Pittmon 
NAYS: None 

ABSENT: Feoger 

George Razkiewicz 

President 
Robyn L. Ringa, 
Secretary 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 

I, Robyn Ringa, do hereby certify that I am the duly qualified and acting Secretary of 
the Lake Villa Public Library District Board of Trustees, Lake County, Illinois and as such 
om the koeper of the records and files of said District. 

I do further certify, that the attached hereto is a full, true and complete copy of a 
certain ordinance passed, approved and adopted by the Board of Trustees on this 21st 
day ol August. 1986 captioned: ANNUAL BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE 
FOR THE LAKE VILLA PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING 
JULY 1. 1 986 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 1987. 

In witness whereof, I hereunto affix my official signature and the seal of said Library 
District this 21st day of August. 1986. 
(SEAL) 

Robyn L. Ringo, 

Secretory 

Board of Library Trustees 

Lake Villa Public Library District 

Lake County, Illinois 

786D-950-LV 

August 28, 1986 



18,900 




5,000 




23.900 




lodge t 


Appropriation 


18.000 


73.900 


5.900 




3.500 




9.000 




12,500 , 




ueget 


Appropriation 


9.000 


10.350 


1.500 


2.000 


1.500 


2.000 


12.000 




500 





7.400 
-0- 

7.400 
t 

1,900 
5,500 



Ap propriation 

7.400 



-0- 




52,000 




5.000 




57,000 


■' 


luagut 


A gpffr? op ri* t rati 


56.900 


56.900 


100 


100 


57,000 




-0- 





7.000 
490 

7.490 
• 

7,000 
490 



4,000 

280 

4.780 

I 



A p propriation 

8,050 



4,000 

280 



4.600 



320.000 

22,400 

342.400 

R udest 

85,000 

15.000 

100.000 

242.400 



300,000 
42.400 



— LEGAL- 
ORDINANCE U-7S 
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GURNEE MUNICIPAL 
COOE. CHAPTER 41, ENTITLED "TRAFFIC ADOPTED 
AUGUST 11. 1977, AND AS AMENDED. 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF 
TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF GURNEE, LAKE COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS: 

SfCTION 1. That the Gurnee Municipal Code, Chapter 
41. Section 41.15. PARKING RESTRICTIONS, (d), PARKING 
PROHIBITED AT ALL TIMES ON SPECIFIED STREETS, be and 
it is hereby amended by adding thereto following 33) 
known as 34) the following: 

"34) Estes Street, between Grove Avenue and U.S. 
Route 41 , both sides." 

SECTION 3. That the Gurnee Municipal Code, Chapter 
41, Section 41.03, Schedule A, STOP INTERSECTIONS, be 
and it is hereby amended by adding thereto the 
following: 

"Right of Way Streets" "Stop Streets" 
Dorchester Avenue Gould Street 

SECTION 3. That this Ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after date of its passage, ap- 
proval and publication as provided by low. 

SECTION 4. All Ordinances and parts of Ordinances 
in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. 

APPROVED: 
Richard A. Welton, 
Village President 
ATTEST: 

Norman C. Balliet, 
Village Clerk 

PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 25th day of August, 
1986. 

ROLL CALL VOTE 

AYES: Zelenko, Smith, Petropouios and Kissner 
NAYS: None 
ABSENT: Yost and May 

786D-959GP 
August 28, 1986 



— legal— % 

VILLAGE Of GURNEE 
NOTICE TO BIDDERS 

1. TIME AND PLACE OF BID OPENING. Sealed 
proposals for o % Ton Class 4-Wheel Drive Pick-Up Truck 
lor the Village of Gurnee, Lake County, Illinois will be 
received by the Village of Gurnee until 10:00 A.M.. Wed- 
nesday, September 10, 1986 al the Village Municipal 
Building. 4573 Grand Avenue, Gurnee, Illinois 60031 and 
at that time will be publicly opened ond read. 

3. DESCRIPTION OP EQUIPMENT. The proposed equip- 
ment consists of */» Ton 4-Wheel Drive Pick-Up Truck com- 
plete, approximate 6300 GVW, gasoline engine and 
automatic transmission, 

3. INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS. All pertinent documen- 
ts may be obtained for bid purposes or examined at the 
Village Municipal Building. 

No proposal will be considered unless it is mode on the 
Proposal Form which is furnished with the Contract 
Documents. 

Sealed envelopes or packages containing proposals 
shall be marked V4 Ton 4 -Wheel Drive Pick-Up. 

4. REJECTION Of BIDS. The Village Board of Trustees 
reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to 
waive technicalities. The Village Board further reserves 
the right to award a contract which, In its judgment, Is In 
the best interests of the Village of Gurnee. 

Richard A. Welton. 
Mayor 

786D-957-GP 
August 28, 1986 



—LEGAL- 
NOTICE 

On August 14, 1986. the 
corporate authorities of 
the Village of Island Lake, 
Lake and McHenry Coun- 
ties, Illinois, passed OR- 
DINANCE NO. 640 entitled 
AN ORDINANCE RELATING 
TO FENCES AND 
REPEALING ORDINANCE 
NO. 204 and said or- 
dinance having been 
published in pamphlet 
form by the corporate 
authorities of the Village 
of Island Lake are 
available at the office of 
the Village Clerk. 



—LEGAL- 
ASSUMED NAME 
PUBLICATION NOTICE 

Public Notice is hereby 
given that on August 15th, 
1986, o certificate wos 
filed in the Office of the 
County Clerk of McHenry 
County, Illinois, setting 
forth the names and po^l- 
office addresses ol all the 
persons owning, con- 
ducting and Iransocting 
the business known as 
RCB-DIVERSIFIED EN- 
TERPRISE5 located at 108 
Hazel Court (P.O. Box 366). 
Istond Lake, Illinois 60042. 

Doted August 15th, 1986 

Rosemary Aziaro 

County Clerk 

786C-920WL 

August 2 1.1986 

August 28, 1986 

September 4, 198A 



-LEGAL- 
CLAIM NOTICE 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

PROBATE DIVISION 

ESTATE OF JULIA 
PREDOV1C, Deceased, File 
No. 86P-588. 

NOTICE IS GIVEN of the 
death of JULIA PREDOVIC 
of Grayslake, Illinois. 
Letters of Office were 
issued on August 5, 1986 to 
BERNICE MORAN, whose 
address is 4229 N. Major 
Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 
60634. whose attorney is 
STEPHEN G. APPLEHANS, 
Rosing, Applehans & 
Smith, Ltd., One North * 
County Street, Waukegan. 
Illinois 60085. 

Claims against the 
Estate may be filed in the 
Probate Office of the Clerk 
of said Court. IB North 
County Street, Waukegan. 
Illinois 60085, within six 
months from the dote of 
issuance of letters; any 
claim not so filed is barred. 
Copies of claims must be 
mailed or delivered to the 
Executor, and to the at- 
torney. 

Sally D.Coffeh. 

Clerk of the 

Circuit Court 

August 14, 21 

& 28, 1986 

7866-831 -GL 



Patricia J. Nebgen, 

Village Clerk 

Island Lake. IL 

786D-949-WL 

August 28, 1986 



-LEGAL— 

TO: Estate of R. Topps, c/o M. Topps. Fred G. Highland. 
Agnes Highland, their spouses, heirs, devisees, suc- 
cessors or assigns, if any; persons in occupancy or actual 
possession and unknown owners or parties interested in 
the hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Dale Premises Sold: December 13. 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 07-24-137-005 & 07-24-1 37-006 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A. Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXIS 

Property located at: West line of Skokie Highway, 
approx. 100 feet North of line of Blackstone Ave., 
Gurnee, Illinois 60031. Permanent Index No.: 07-24-137- 
005 & 07-24-137-006. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12. 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption Is not made 
on or before December 1 2, 1 986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan. Illinois on January 6. 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to, prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be mode al any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk ol 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. . 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, os Trustee. 

Purchaser 

August 14, 21 4 28. 1986 

786B-842-GP 



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—UG AL- 
TO: Fred Welszmann, their spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties in- 
terested in the hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKf NOTICI 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 12, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 05-04-100-019 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/ar prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS MEN SOLD 
FOft DELINQUENT TAXf S 

Property located at: Lying South of Harold Watts 
Subdivision. Southwesterly of Nippersink Lake & East of 
the Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific right of way, 
Fox Lake, Illinois 60020. Permanent Index No.: 05-04-100- 
019. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 1 2, 1 986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser Intends to 
moke application for an order on the petition for a tox 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be mode at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14.21 & 28, 1986 

786B-844-FL 



—LEGAL— 

TO Ervin M. Bauer, Jr., Froncine Bauer. Harris Corp. 
Finjnce Inc.. Village of Fok Lake, J. Thomos Johnson, 
th -ir spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if 
ai /: persons in occupancy or actual possession and 
unknown owners or parties interested in the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAXI NOTICI 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permonent Index No.: 05- 15-202-085 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

mis mowumr has hin solo 

KM MMMQUINT 1 AXIS 

Property located at: 202 Wltdwood Dr., Fox Lake, 
Illinois 60020. Permanent Index No.: 05-15-202-085. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986. as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 12. 1986, 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a lax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 6, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already hove expired ot that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be mode at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk ol 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14. 21 & 28, 1986 

786B-852FI 



—UOAL— 

TO: R.K. Management, Wouconda Natl Bank Trust No, 
76-145, their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or 
assigns, If any; persons In occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parties Interested In the 
hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKINOTKS 
County of Lake, Dote Premises Sold: December 1 2. 1 983 
Permanent Index No.: 05-14-209-006 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPIKTT HAS IIIN SOiD 
FO« DIUNQUINT TAXES 

Property located at: 25347 W. Hudson Ave., Inglesido, 
Illinois 60041 . Permanent Index No.: 05.14-209-008. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property hos 
been sold for delinquent taxes and thot the period ol 
redemption from the sole will expire on December 12, 

1986, as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for o tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption Is not made 
on or before December 12, 1986. 

The County of lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
moke application for on order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set. for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 

1987. • 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in. Waukegan, 
Illinois. 
For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14.21 8 28, 1986 

786B-849-FL 



—LEGAL— 

TO: Rosemarie R. Repple ft Henry T. Repple, their 
spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any: 
persons in occupancy or octual possession and unknown 
owners or parties interested in the hereinafter described 
real estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKi NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 12. 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 05-10-308-010 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. . . 

THIS PROPERTY HAS kin solo 
FO* DILINOUINT TAXIS 
Property located at: Rollins Rd. approx. 100' East and 
60* South ol Ridgeland Ave.. Fox lake. Illinois 60020. 
Permanent Index No.: 05-1 0-306-010. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to odvise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax dmud which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not mode 
on or before December 1 2. 1986. 

The County of lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
make application for on order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at thai time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
ol property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14, 21 & 28. 1986 

786B-848-FL 



—LEGAL— 

TO: R.K. Management. Waucondo Nat'l Bank Trust No. 
76-145, their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or 
assigns, if any; persons in occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parties interested in the 
hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of lake, Date Premises Sold: December 1 2, 1 983 
Permanent Index No. : 05-1 4 -21 5-014 

Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Speciol Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS SEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located ot; 35576 N. Heiendale Rd., Ingleside, 
Illinois 60041 . Permanent Index No.: 05-14-215-014. 

This notice is to odvise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for o tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 12, 1986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in tho Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be mode at any time on or before 
December 12. 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County ot the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14.21 8 28. 1986 

786B850FL 



—LEGAL— 

TO: August Lonosa 8 Rose lanasa, their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, il any; persons in oc- 
cupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the hereinafter described real 
estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 05-15-104-101 

Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold lor 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located ot: 35573 N. Marine Dr., Fox Lake, 
Illinois 60020. Permanent Index No.: 05-15-104101. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession ol this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 12, 1986. ' 

The Counly of_ Loke, os Trustee, Purchaser Intends to 
make application for on order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan. Illinois on January 6, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You ore urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
ol property. 

Redemption can be mado at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to tho County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For f urlhor information contact iho County Clork. 

County of Loke, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14,21 8 28, 1986 

. - 786B-851-FL 



—UOAL— 

TO: Fred Welsxmann. their spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parlies In* 
forested in the hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKI NOTICI 
County of lake, Date Premises Sold: December 12, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 0504-300 005 v 

Sold for General Toxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Worrant No. N/A, Installment 
No: N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS IIIN SOLD 
FOft DILINOUINT TAXIS 

Property located at: Port of Watt's Island In Plstakee 
loke. Fox Lake, Illinois 60020. Permanent Index No.: 05- 
04300-005. 

This notice Is to odvise you that the above properly has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sate will expire on December 12. 
1986, os extended. 

This notice Is olso to odvise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 1 2, 1 986. 

The Counly of Loke, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county In Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You ore urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made of any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14,21 ft 28, 1986 

786B-847-FL 



-LEGAL— 

TO: Fred Welszmann, Nettie G. Walts, their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the hereinafter described real 
estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKI NOTICI 
County of Loke, Date Premises Sold: December 12, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 05-04-300-001 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS Pf tO Pf Um HAS MEN SOLO 
IOK DILINOUINT TAXIS 

Property located at: 37455 N. Terrace In,, Spring 
Grove. Illinois 60061. Permanent Index No.: 0504-300- 
001. 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986. as extended. 

This notice is also to odvise you that a petition has been 
filed for o tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property il redemption is not made 
on or before December 12. 1966. 

The County of Lake, os Trustee. Purchaser intends to 
moke application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing, but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at any lime on or before 
December 12. 1986 by applying to tho Counly Clerk of 
Lake County ol the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contoct the Counly Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchoser 

August 14.21 8 28.1986 

766B-845-FL 



— LEGAL— 

TO: Fred Waiszmann. their spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if any; persons in occupancy or 
octual possession and unknown owners or parties in- 
terested in the hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKI NOTICI 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 12,1 983 
Permanent Index No.: 05-04-300003 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Speciol 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPIRTY HAS SEEN SOLD 
FOft DELINQUENT TAXIS 
Property located at: The Norlheast corner of the 
C.M.S.T.P. & P. right of way & Riverside Dr.. Fox Loke. 
Illinois 60020. Permanent Index No.: 05-04-300-003. 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property hos 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you thai a petition has boon 
filed for a tox deed which will transfer title ond the right 
to possession of this properly if redemption is not mode 
on or before December 1 2, 1 986. 

Tho County of Loko, os Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
moke application for on order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing In tho Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at any timo on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake Counly ot the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clork. 

County of Lako, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14, 21 8 28, 1986 

786B-846FI 



— UGAL— 
ST ATI Of ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE, %% 
IN THE CIRCUIT 
OF THI NINITIINTN 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE 
COUNTY , ILLINOIS. 

In the Matter of the 

ESTATE of JULIA 

PREDOVIC, deceased, 

General No. 86P-588. 

NOTICI TO HE HK 

AND LEG ATI IS 

Notice Is given to 
UNKNOWN HEIRS, who are 
heirs or legatees In the 
above proceeding to 
Probate a Will and whose 
name or address Is not 
stated In the petition to 
admit the Will to Probate, 
that an order was entered 
by the Court on August 5. 
1986, admitting the Will to 
Probate. 

Within 42 days after the 
effective dale of the 
original order or admission 
you may file a petition with 
the court to require proof 
of the will be testimony of 
the witnesses to the Will in 
Open Court or other 
evidence, os provided in 
Section 6-21 of the Probate 
Act of 1975 (III. Rev. Stat. 
1979. Ch. 110'/,. Para. 6- 
21). 

You also have the right 
under Section 8-1 of the 
Probate Act of 1975 (III. 
Rev: Stat. 1979. Ch. 110%. 
Para. 8-1) to contest the 
validity of the Will by filing 
a petition with the Court 
months after 
of the Will to 



within 6 
admission 
Probate. 

Bernke Moron 
Rosing. Applehant t 
Smith, Ltd. 

Professional Corporation 
Attorneys at Law 
One North County St., 
Waukegan. Illinois 60085 
(312) 662-4321 

August 14,21 

128,1966 

7866-832-GL 



ASSUMAD PUT WWII 

NAMECEKTIFtCATI 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Sorensen Insurance. 
AODRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE CON- 
DUCTED OR TRANSACTED 
IN THIS COUNTY: 587 
Phillips Circle (P.O. Box 
587). Antioch. 111.. 60002. 

NAME(S) AND POST OF- 
FICE OR RESIDENCE AD- 
DRESSES) OF THE PER- 
SON(S) OWNING. CON- 
DUCTING OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: Roger 
J. Sorensen, 859 Hillondale 
Drive. Anlioch. III.. 60002: 

Loslio W. Sorensen, 587 
Phillips Circle. Antioch. II., 
60002. 



STATE Of ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE.M 

This is to certify that the 
undersigned inlend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
location (s) indicated and 

that tho true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 

Roger J. Sorensen, 
8/14/86 

Leslie W. Soronscn 
8/ 14/86 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE.se 

The foregoing in- 
strument was 
acknowledged before mo 
by tho person(s) intending 
to conduct the business 
this 8/14/86. 

Jean M. Rockow 
Notary 

RECEIVED: August 15, 1986 
lake County Clerk 
Linda lanuzi Hess 

786C-932-AR 

Aug. 21 , 28 

Sept. 4, 1986 



WHITHER YOURS looking 
for an employer or an em- 
ployee. Lakeland's Em- 
ployment Guide will make 
your search a success, 
(312)223-8161 









let lokGtand NGwtpapGrt 



Ihufidoy. August 28,1966 








— LIOAL- 




OR AYSLAKI COMMUNITY PARK DISTRICT 


GRAYSLAKE, ILLINOII 




STATEMINT Of CASH RECIEPTS A DISBURSEMENTS 


YEAR IND MAY 31, 1986 




Balance May 31, 1986 


S 73.042.94 


REVENUE: 




Property Taxes 


$208,360.87 


Replacement Taxes 


8,441.49 


Interest Income 


14,494.33 


Rentals 


2.175.00 


School/Park Donations 


3,280.62 


Tennis Center Fund 


8.955.62 


Recreation Fees/Concession/Brochures 


44,869.45 


Mowing Memorial Park '85 


500.00 


Other Income 


829.43 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1364,949.75 




$ 73,978.96 


Other Income: 




National Insurance Services 


327.02 


Returned Chocks 


151.68 


Refund III. Bell Telephone Company 


32.73 


Payment/broken lights 
Tickets roturned/IPRA 


8.00 


310.00 


TOTAL 


S829.43 



PAYROLL 19SS-U (NET) 
John Bcllak, 249,95; Mike Bohm, 1,612.21; Kathio 
Blasius, 627.36: Maureen Blosius, 4,757.86; Betty Bollero, 
67.90; Alyce Brownfoe, 186.77; Kelly Bye. 287.51; Jackie 
Cullen, 2.957.17; Mary Dinsckol, 455.86; Doug Dunbar. 
167.14; Carol Field, 85.99; Dan Grlmaldi, 1,376.46; 
Jonann Gardner. 908.27; Greg Grogan, 479.79; Pam 
Herman. 498.91; Nell Hlnkley. 6.23; Tim Hough, 26.44; 
Gregory Irby, 494.37; Nancy Jermotowlcz, 129.07; Jon 
Keller, 801.30; Kelly Knlggo, 313.95; Corey Kniggo, 39.56; 
Angela Koch, 105.49; Joanne Kula, 612.15; Lance Laverty, 
507.44; lona Leadbetter, 158.15; Tracy Leadbeller, 219.87; 
Kathy Lemke, 1,348.95; Craig Malin, 1,178.89; Sharon 
Mau, 50.86; John Michelau, 129.55; Anita Miller, 634.78; 
Les Orselti, 1.869.89; Todd Porolo, 1. 252.01; Carl 
Peterson, 231.19; Karen Poulsan, 187.04; Mary Powderly. 
335.52; Jeff Pratt, 727.04; Anno Ryan, 23.36; Bill 
Songbush, 221.90; Edwin Scarlett. 12,230.27; Daug Schulz, 
59.28; Leslie Schumoker, 733.71; Grant Seaholm, 48.80: 
Jenny Smith, 61.09; Loura Smith, 113.96; Steve Smith, 
64.47: Rodger Sykos, 706.33; Marilyn Vander Wal. 238.42; 
D. Richard Walker. 6,200.29; Diane Walkington. 383.23; 
Jolf West, 275.12; Louise Wickershoim, 1,688.47: Dawn 
Wheeler. 50.86. TOTAL: $49,1 80.45. 
Illinois Department of Revenue 

(State Withholding tax) S 1.395.33 

Grayslako National Bank 

(Fedorol Withholding tax) 5,363.00 

Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund 2,742.83 

Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (FICA) 9.440.39 

TOTAL PAYROLL DISBURSEMENTS $80. 1 88.4 1 

CONTRACTUIAL( SERVICES. MATERIALS A SUPPLIES) 
Ace Home Center, 178.65; Admakors. 1.889.00; An- 
derson, Doug, 125.00; Awards by Koydan, 59.50; Ball- 
Hooper, 206.34; Baskin Robbins, 61.83; Behnings Auto 
Parts, 105.28; Chapin, Bill, 150.00; Berger Contractors, 
88.494.65; Bormac Graphics. 31.20; Toran Brobory /Ponies 
Unlimited. 50.00; Barley. Martin & Fay. Ins.. 21.938.00; 
Business Communications, 1,688.46; Chem-Rito Products, 
Company, 624.20; Chicago Trophy & Award Company. 
173.96; Cltgo Petroleum. 553.06; Clark, John. 75.00; 
Classic Prinlery, 3,220.10; Commonwealth Edison 
Company. 3.831.18; Connoy Safoty Products, 122.75; 
Consumers United Insurance, 255.70; County Collector, 
103.00; Jackie Cullen, 40.00; Dan the Key Man. 8.20; 
Dieck 8 Dieck, 1.300.00; Director, Employment Security. 
75.63; Dishman, Norma. 81.38; Divcrsitoch, General 
Penn. 168.92; O'/mrp Troo Service, 1,500.00; Educational 
Projection Service, 108.00; Egosaer, Carol, 90.00; Eppors ' 
Stables, 450.00; Farlcap, Condy, 11.80; Floyd, Jon, 10.05; 
Game Time, 161.55; Gill. Art, 13.50; Grand Sporting 
Goods, 43.71; Grayslako Chamber of Commerce, 50.00; 
Groyslake Community High School, 1,155.75; Gray slake 
Elementary District No. 46, 2,365.20; Grayslake Feed 
Sales. 41.95; Grayslako National Bank (fees), 539.31; 
Grayslako Pharmacy, Inc., 120.38; Grayslake True Value 
Hardware. 1,348.99; Grayslake, Village of, 1,477.73; 
Grosvcnor, Jacquic, 3.35; Grosvenor, Ken, 163.44; 
Grosvcnor, More, 8.38; Grosvcnor, Michelle. 3,35; 
Gymnastics Spat. 437.50; Henno, Bret, 10,05; Heritage 
Press Quick Printing, 226.70; Hohfeldcr Landscaping, 
7,800.00 Home Federal Savings 8 Loon Association. 
495.00; Hooks Lumber. Inc.. * 468.1 1; Hough. Kristy, 
275.00; Illinois Association of Park Districts, 928.10; 
lllinois Bell Telephone Company, 2.541.93; Illinois Park 
and Recreation Association, 787.50; INA. Ins. Company of 
Illinois. 2,674.00; Jerry's Parkway Foods, 801.43; Jim's 
Welding Service, 245.00; Joyce Beverages, 989.91; 
Kennedy Pro Shops. 36.00; Keystone Printing Service, 
29.40; K-Mart, 34.65; Kopy Kot. 15.25; Lehman, Trudy, 
1,081.60; Lake County Farm Supply, 22.50; Lake County 
Offke Supply, 255.74; Lakeland Impressions, 764,80; 
Lakeland Publishers, 592.66; Landmark Liquors, 1,851.46; 
Leider's Garden Greenery, 57.05; Lloyd Company, 156.00; 
Lolz. Beth, 81.38; Market Journal, 365.00; Mattio, Jo, 
50.00; Miller's Area Heating, 306.60; M.I.P.E., 10.00; 
Mobil Oil Corporation, 739.89; Moore Business Forms, 
299.42; Myers. Tom/Martial Arts. 6,406.70; McClure 
Engineering, 3,401.60; McHenry Umpires Association, 
1,920.00; National Insurance Service Company, 1,450.95; 
News-Sun, 388.95; NAIER. 481.84; NIPC, 80.00; NISRA, 
719.50: NISRA 1 35.00 (for payments — P. Hall. 10.00 • Tom 
ktstein, 65.00 - Rill Stoch, 60.00): Norton, Alice, 84.50; 
Norton. Terry, 30.00; North Shore Gas Company, 
3,951.18; North Shore Office, 48.85; Orkin, 390.00; Out- 
on a limb. 3,657.00;' Oiite Corporation, 669.66; Petty 
Cosh, 629.34; Photo Design ft Processing. Inc. ,22. 87; 
Precision Carpel. 236.50: Prudential Insurance Company, 
327.03; Quotity Trophy, 5.00; Radio Shack, 8.23; Ram 
Rental, 65.40; Ravinia Pork, 90.00; Reed-Hills Florist. 
153.68; Reed-Handle Tractors, 2,579.08; Reliable Cor* 
porotion, 93.03; Rack Plumbing, 1,109,31; Rockenboch 
Chevy Sales. 1.20. Rosing, Applehons. Smith, 3.190.00, 
Round Lake Area Park District, 887.66; Ray Reinholds, 
249.90; Rudolphs Outlet. 6.96; Russell Brothers, 126.33; 
Schwoob, 19.20; Schrooder, Korea. 45.00; Scientific 
Aquatic Weed Control. 2,070.00; Service Dynamics, 
492.89; Shore Corporation. 79.20; Siket, Joseph. 2.478.25; 
Skokie Volley. 6.106.00; Special Recreation Assoc. - 
Warren-Zion. 24.00; S.fS. ArtslCrafts, 1*10.72: Suburban 
Sportsman, < 148.00; Storm Prool Window, 373.50; The 
Herald, 84.77; Thomason Disposal, 610.50; 
Trophies/Burkobee, 188.41; TRW 566.90; TAT 
Reproduction. 15.00; U.S. Postal Service. 198.00; Unk" 
linen Supply. 416.12; I. Richard Walker. 266.86; Wlnu, 
City Circus Corporation, 74.75; Warren Electric. 292.38; 
Wilson Nursery. 252.20; Wise. Luclnda. 150.00; 
Waukegon Safe ft lock, 50.00; Wollmuth. Eileen. 53.44; 
Wolohan lumber, 9.12. TOTAL: $208,699.71 . 



REFUNDS 19SS-86 

Helen Anderson, 8.00; Mehul Angoria, 10.00; Dennis 
Adklns, 7.50; Lyn Bartow, 11.60; lenose Bates, 285.00; 
,Greg Battle. 12.00; Mary Bien, 10.00; T. Blen, 24.00; S. 
Bloke, 27.00; John Brenner, 7.00; J. Bulatch, 15.00; Ronald 
Byrd. 9.60; Sandro I. Coulley, 15.00; L. Chayer, 27.00; 
Carol Fish, 8.00; Tony Fontano, 7.00; Louis Frank, 91.66; 
Sue Frkllone, 15.00; Sue Frlcllone, 47.00; K. Gollaugher, 
4.50; Nike Gllllland, 14.00; Esthar Gotham, 12.00; Esther 
Gotham, 20.00; Pat Greonhtll, 140.84; B. Grolnor, 20.80; 
J, Grosvenor, 4.50; M. Grosvenor, 4.50; Peggy Hagen, 
35.00; H. Hammond, 40.84; S. Hammond, 23.32; Scott 
Hammond, 20.00; J, Hansen, 14.50; J. Hardy, 16.00; I. 
Hartmon, 3.00; J. Hartsook, 27.00; Koren Hauck, 12.60; I. 
Hovlck, 10.00; C. Karner, 15.00; M. Jeffory, 8.00; Jean 
Kaskowicz, 18.00; C. Kick, 30.00; J. Koeberl, 10.00; Rita 
Kehoe, 6.00; C. La Frarriel, 37.00; Grace Larson, 10.00; 
Diane Loofbald, 16.80; I. Lefs, 74.00; B. Leswiski, 17.50; 
Darren LeSorte, 10.00; Chris Llndh. 8.00; M. Luebke, 8.00; 
Steflon Lyons, 32.00; Mary MacDonald, 10.00; Susan 
Mogee. 30.40; E. Marhauskas, 8.00; Mauch, 20.00; T. 
McClannohan, 37,00; Kyle Mclonough, 27.00; Ray Murray, 
36.66; Terry Norton, 47.00; Susan Oberdier, 64.00; K. 
Ozhaudy, 16.00; K. Paulson, 6.00; Viola Postor, 20,00; 
Judith Peters, 27.00; Derok Platz (Frank), 27.00; R. Peipe, 
54.00; E. Reipo. 13.50; I. Radebough, 59.00; Greg Roberts,' 
15.00; A. Schmidt. 54.00; I. Shoop. 14.00; Marilyn 
Siemiawski, 25.00; Marilyn Slemiowskl, 20.00; Laura 
Smith, 14.00; Audrey Soleeki, 12.80; Blanche Stone, 15.00; 
I. Thorpe, 15.00; Frank Vandorstappon, 14.25; M. Vander 
Wal, 10.00; Linda Weidman, 30.00. TOTAL: $2,106.67. 

Koren Schroeder, 

,, Treasurer 

Grayslako Community Park District 

8/20/86 

7B6D-945-GL 

August 28, 1986 



TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 
TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 
ESTIMATED BALANCE - APRIL 30, 1986 



$551,216 

141.050 

$410,166 



PART II 

Estimates 
Office Expenditures: 
Postage 

Publishing charges 
Miscellaneous' 
Bookkeeping supplies 
Auditing expense 
TOTAL 
Salary Expenditures: 
Trustee Salaries 
Maintenance Labor at Plant 
Miscellaneous Engineer's Fees 
Stenographic Work and Bookkeeping 

Services 
Miscellaneous Attorney's Fees 
TOTAL 
Maintenance end Supplies for Plant : 
Plant Repairs 
Equipment Repairs 
TOTAL 
IwenraHca I soendtt ureet 
General Liability and Workmen's 

Compensation 
Surety Bonds on Trustees and 
Assistant Clerk 
TOTAL 
Mot Hi — I t Are* Role Study Ex 
District Trustees -Special Time 
Accounting Review 
Attorney's Fees 
Engineer's Feet and Other 
TOTAL 
Plant Site I xpeeoe : 
Demolition of Building 
TOTAL 



GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES 

86-87 



Incidental Expense 

Fox lake Treatment Plant 

Expansion Review 
NWAC - Attorney's Fees 
TOTAL 

TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 



$ 100.00 

800.00 

50.00 

100.00 

2,200.00 

$ 3,250.00 

$ 4,000.00 

■ 1,000.00 

6.000.00 

4,000.00 

3,000.00 

$18,000.00 

$ 6,000.00 

2,000.00 

$ 8.000.00 



$ 1,000.00 

1,000.00 
$ 2,000.00 

$ 2,000.00 

4.000.00 

4,000.00 

2,000.00 

$12,000.00 

$80,000.00 
S80.000.00 

% 4,000.00 

3,800.00 

10,000.00 

$17,800.00 

$141,050.00 



ffCttON 3: Any unexpended balance of funds in any of 
the foregoing appropriations may be used and applied 
toward me payments of any corporate obligations or 
charges of said Sanitary District. 

SECTION 4): This Ordinance shall be in full force and af- 
fect from and alter its passage and publishing as required 

PASSED: July 21. 1986 






-LEGAL— 




—LEGAL- 
ORDINANCE NUMBER 86-843 
ANNUAL BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE 
THE ROUND LAKE SANITARY DISTRICT 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING 
MAY 1. 1986 AND ENDING APRIL 38. 1987 

WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of the Round Lake 
Sanitary District, Lake County, Illinois, has prepared or 
caused to be prepared in tentative form, an annual 
budget and appropriation ordinance, and said Board of 
Trustees has made said Ordinance conveniently available 
to public inspection lor thirty days prior to final action 
thereon; and 

WHEREAS, a Public Hearing was held as to such annual 
budget and appropriation ordinance on the 26th day of 
July, 1986, a notice of which was published in the Round 
Lake News, a newspaper ol general circulation within the 
District, on July 10. 1986, and all other legal requirements 
have been complied with; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the. Board of 
Trustees ol The Round Lake Sanitary District, Lake Coun- 
ty, Illinois, as follows: 

SECTION 1: The fiscal year for the Round Lake Sanitary 
District is hereby fixod and declared to be from the first 
day of May, 1986. to the thirtieth day of April, 1987. . 

SECTION 2: The following budget is hereby adopted os 
the budget of said Sanitary District for said fiscal year and 
shall bo in full force and effect from and after its passage 
and publishing as required by law; 

BUDGET 1986-87 
PARTI GENERAL FUND INCOME 

Cash on Hand $515,216 

From Replacement Taxes 1985-1986 . 6.000 

Interest on Certificates of 

Deposit (estimated) 30,000 





APPROVED: 










James Raihle, 


STATE OF ILLINOIS IN 








President 


THE CIRCUIT COURT OP 








Board of Trustees 


THE 19th JUDICIAL 






ATTEST: 




CIRCUIT LAKE 






Charles Johnston, 




COUNTY— IN PROBATE. 






Clerk 










PUBLISHED: August 28, 1986 


786D-954-RL 
August 28, 1986 


In the Matter of the 
Estate of RICHARD 
KRAMER, Deceased, No. 
66P-567. 

CLAIM NOTICE 







—LEGAL- 
ROUND LAKE AREA PUBLIC LIBRARY 
DISTRICT ANNUAL STATEMENT ENDING 
JUNE 38. 1986 



Cash on Hand July 1 , 1985 
RECEIPTS: 

Taxes 

Finos 

Copy Machine Receipts 

Damaged or Lost Books 

Gifts 

Grant 

Interest 

Miscellaneous 

Bonds 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 



$ 233,940.21 

i 278,325.94 

4,510.52 

8.544,10 

523.50 

22,139.00 

24,609.00 

97,883.62 

1.225.56 

1,875.000.00 

$2,312,761.24 



TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCE 



$2,546,701.45 



DISRURSEMENTS: 

Salaries and Employee Benefits: B. Pfannkuche. 
27,102.56; A. Brennan, 19,121.03; R. Johnson, 19,195,20; 
C. Gackle. 4,213.31; G. Wirtz, 9.103.73; M. Yngve, 
6.404.79; M. Randle, 4,045.82; C. Wrage, 7,658.66; M. 
Wisdom. 2,167.05; B. Boetcher. 2.244.48; N. Straetz, 
1 .839.B6; C. lobozo, 610.65; D. Wagner, 107.56; J. Collins. 
492.79. Health Insurance to North Suburban Library 
System, 3,926.57. 

Library Materials: Baker and Taylor, 16,226.87; Baker 
and Taylor Continuation Account, 1,266.40; Black 
Magazine Agency. 2,284.26; Career Guidance Foun- 
dation, 1.241.00; Childrens Press, 1,565.94; Daisey Book 
Co., 1,330.36; Main Line Book Co., 1,594.99; Petty Cash, 
42.45; All other vendors under 1 ,000.00 - 9,200. 1 6. 

Office Supplies: Channel Press, 188.76; Copy-Right, 
1,040.87; Fox Lake Office Supply, 795.01; Petty Cash, 
29.19; all other vendors under 1 ,000.00 - 2,361 .70, 

Janitorial Supplies: Vendors under 1 ,000.00 • 864.52. 

Telephone: Illinois Belt Telephone, 1,854.68; all other 
vendors under 1 .000.00 - 538.81 . 

Peetage: Postmaster - Round Lake, 1,197.49; Zim- 
merman & Smith. 44.13: Petty Cash, 1 .296.47. 

Printing: Channel Press, 1,376.55; all other vendors 
under 1 .000.00 - 70.00. 

Rental of Equipment: Baker and Taylor, 325.00; all 
other vendors under 1 ,000.00 - 438.00. 

Utilities: Commonwealth Edison, 4,747.83; Northern 
Illinois Gas, 1,785.8); all other vendors under 1,000.00 - 
504.10. 

Insurance: Molidor Insurance, 2,008.05. 

Equipment Maintenance: Copy-Right, 390.00; all 
other vendors under 1 ,000.00 • 750.46. 

Legal: Zimmerman and Smith, 2,400.00; Petty Cash, 
6.00; all vendors under 1 ,000.00 - 687.87. 

Library Materials Processing Service: Baker and 
Taylor, 1,007.49; all other vendors under 1,000.00 - 
371.20. 

Programming: Channel Press, 35.00; M. Clayton, 
75.00; Dave Mayer. 125.00; Round Lake Area Park Dist., 
55.00; Petty Cash, 316.19; all other vendors under 
1,000.00-1,209.58. 

Other Contractual Services: First State Bank of 
Round Lake, 22.50; Round Lake Area Park Dist., 100.00; J. 
Collins, 300.00; all other vendors under 1,000.00 - 
1.359.70. 

Building and Site Plan Service: Assoc. Municipal 
Consultants, 16.704.73; Thomas Block, 4,000.00; R.E. 
Decker. Surveyor, 125.00: O'Brien & Assoc. ,999.75; Dick 
Thompson, 1 ,155.56; Round Lake Area Park Dist., 343.00; 
Churchill, Baumgartner, & Phillips, 100.00; N. W. Univ. 
with Fox Volley Archeology, 469.45; all other vendors un- 
der 1 .000.00 - 600.00. 

Travel and Training: Petty Cash. 164.26; all other ven- 
dors under 1 ,000.00 • 419.26. 

membership: Vendors under 1 ,000.00 • 707.52. 

Equipment and Shelving: Britt Office Supplies. 
4,565.00; Copy-Right, 1 ,000. CO; Fox Lake Office Supply, 
215.94; all other vendors under 1 ,000,00 • 870.06. 

Mortgage: First State Bank of Round Lake, 3,524.88. 

Contingencies: Petty Cash. 211.83; all other vendors 
under 1,000.00 -690.46. 

Site Acquisition: CMC Real Estate Corps., 1,500.00; 
Rooney Consultants, 3,500.00; Round Lake Area Park 
Dist.. 7,302.70. 

Social Security and IMRY Fund: Stole Employee's 
Retirement System of Illinois and Illinois Municipal 
Retirement Fund, 14,610.83. 

Audit Fund: William Grigg, 1 , 1 12.50. 

liability Insurance: Molidor Ins., 1,012.00; alt other 
vendors under 1 ,000.00 - 31 1 .18. 

Flbn Service: Suburban Audio Visual Service, 480.00. 

Con s truction and Building Fund: AMBAC Industries. 
23.492.28: Thomas Block, Architects, 33.975.00; Chapman 

Cutler, 3,500.00; LaSalie National Bonk, 1,000.00; Mid- 
west Bank Note Co., 1,207.00; Molidor Insuronca, 
2,282.00. 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
PAYROLL TAXES 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 

Cosh on Hand June 30, 1986 
(Includes $250.00 • Petty Cash) 



$ 305.816:64 

1,709.30 

307,525.94 



$2,239,175.51 



Linda Kauff man, 

Treasurer 

Round lake Area library District 

7860-948RL 

August 28, 1986 



Notice is given- of the 
death of RICHARD KRAMER 
of Fox Lake, Illinois. 
Letters of office were 
issued on July 29, 1986, to 
James Kramer, 41083 
Karen Court, Antioch, 
Illinois whose attorney is 
Raymond D. DeMartini, 
P.O. Box 0595, Anlioch. IL 
60002. 

Claims against the 
estate may be filed in the 
office of the Clerk ol the 
Court at Lake County 
Courthouse, 18 N. County 
Street, Woukegan, IL 60085 
. r with representative, or 
i-->th, wilhin 6 months from 
the date of issuance of 
letters and any claim not 
filed within that period is 
barred. Copies of a claim 
filed with the Clerk -must 
be moiled or delivered to 
the representative and to 
the attorney wilhin 10 days 
after It has been filed. 

Raymond DeMartini 
Attorney 

■7B6C-92I-AR 

August 21. 1986 

August 28, 1966 

September 4. 1986 



—LEGAL- 
NOTICE FOR BIDS 

The Village of Grayslake 
is accepting sealed bids for 
the sale ol one 1983 Dodge 
Diplomat four door sedan 
formally used as a Police 
vehicle. The vehicle has 
97,400 miles and is sold "as 
is". Minimum bid IS 
SI ,300.00 and terms are 
cash on delivery. The 
vehicle may be seen at the 
Village Yard on Berry 
Avenue. 

The Boord of Trustees 
reserves the right to reject 
any or oil bids at its 
discretion. 

Bids will be opened on 
Wednesday. September 3, 
at 3:00p.m. 

Adell Laurin 
Village Clerk 

786C-922-GL 
August 21. 1986 
August 28. 1986 



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-LEGAL— 

TO: William Wilmington. 1st Natl Bank of lotto For oil. 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns. If 
any; persons in occupancy or actual possession and 
unknown owners or parties interested in the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 09-33-21 2-006 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1987 and/or prior, Sold lor 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A. Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT T A XES 

Property located at: 26813 N. Ada St.. Wouconda. 
Illinois 60084. Permanent Index No.: 09-33-2 12006. 

This notice is to advise you that the above properly has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that. the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12. 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to odvise you ihot a petition hos been 
filed for o tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 12.1 986. 

The County of lokc. os Trustee. Purchaser intends to 
moke application for on order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set tor heoring in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Woukegan. Illinois on Jonuary 13. 
1987. 

You may be present ot this heoring but your rigty to 
redeem will alreody hove expired ot thot time. 

You ore urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
ol property. 

Redemption con be mode ot ony time on or before 
December 12. 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
loke County ot the County Courthouse in Woukegan. 
Illinois. 

For further informotion contad the County Cirri - 

County of lake, as Trustee. 

Purchaser 

August U.2UM, 1986 

786B-S7S-WI 



— LEGAL— 

TO: Normon H. Goldman, their spouses, heirs, devisees. 
successors or assigns, if ony; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties in- 
terested in the hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake. Date Premises Sold: December 13. 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 13-10-101-038 

Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A. Warrant No. N/A. Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at; 24711 N. River Shore Dr., Cary. 
Illinois 60013. Permanent Index No.: 13-10101-038. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property hos 
been sold lor delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, os extended. 

This notice is also to odvise you that a petition has been 
filed for o tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this properly if redemption is not mode 
on or before December 12, 1986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
make application lor an order on the petition (or a lax 
deed, and this mailer is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court ol this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 13. ' 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired al lhal time. 

You are urged lo redeem immediately to prevent loss 
ol property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegon, 
Illinois. 
For further information contact the Counly Clerk. 

County of Lokc. os Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14,21 8 28, 1986 

786B-880-WL 



—LEGAL— 

TO: August H. Berger, Inc., c/o August Berger. August 
Berger, Chicago T it lo 8 Trust Co., Lloyd C. Ray 8 Sons, ond 
Stockholders, Shareholders ft Olficers of August H. 
Berger. Inc., their spousos, heirs, devisees, successors or 
assigns, if any: persons in occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parties interested In tho 
hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
Counly of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 09-24-300 036 
Sold for General Taxes (Year); 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment ol (Municipality) N/A ond Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A. Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS UIN SOLD 
rOt DELINQUENT TAXES 

Properly located ol: Washington Ave,, South ol Robert 
Bartlotl's Hillcrest Lakosites first Addition in Wouconda, 
Illinois 60084. Permonent Index No.: 09-24 -300-036. - 

This notice is to odvise you that tho above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that tho period of 
redemption from the sate will expire on December 12, 
1986. os extended. 

This notice is also lo odvise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed whkh will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property il redemption is not mode 
on or before December 12,1 986. 

The County of lake, os Trustee, Purchaser intends lo 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, ond this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan. Illinois on January 13. 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You ore urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption con be mado at ony lime on or before 
December 12. 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
lake County at the Counly. Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contoct the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14.21 ft 28. 1986 

786B-876-WL 



-LEGAL— 

TO: Vera L. Maiman, their spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if ony; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties in- 
terested in the hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of lake. Date Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: Q9-26-400-03t 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A. Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located ot: Easterly side ot Maple Ave. op- 
prox. 99" East of Maple Ave. and approx. 140* Nor- 
thwesterly of Rand Rd.. Wouconda. Illinois 60084. Per- 
manent Index No.: 09-26-400-031.. 

This notice is to odvise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale' will expire on December 12. 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that o petition hos been 
filed lor a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 12, 1986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan. Illinois on Jonuary 13. 
1987. 

You may be present at this heoring but your right to 
redeem will already have expired al that time. 

You aro urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at ony time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Loke Counly at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further informotion contact the County Clerk. 

Counly of Lake, 6s Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14,31 ft 28. 1986 

786B877-WL 



—LEGAL— 

TO: Arnold B. Vogel, Hatie Mae Vogel. Ruth H. Pearsall. 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if 
any; persons in occupancy or actual possession and 
unknown owners or parlies interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake. Date Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 13-13-10201 1 

Sold lor General Toxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A. Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: West line of Hawthorne Rd. ap- 
prox. 183 feet North of Oxford Rd.. North Barringlon. 
Illinois 60010. Permanent Index No.: 13-13-102-011. 

This notice is to odvise you lhal the above properly has 
been sold for delinquent (axes and that the period of 
redemption Irom tho sale will expire on December 12. 
1986. as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title ond the right 
to possession of ihis properly if redemption is not mode 
on or before December 1 2. 1 986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a lax 
deed, and Ihis matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 13. 
1987. 

You may be present ot Ihis hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at thai time. 

You ore urged lo redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption con be made at any lime on or before 
December 12. 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
lake County ol tho County Courthouse in Waukogon, 
Illinois. 

For further information conlact the Counly Clerk. 

Counly of Loke. as Trustee. 

Purchaser 

August 14.21 & 28, 1986 

786B-881-WL 



— LEGAL— 

TO: Margaret F. Attcrbery, Ronold Kedzorski, Barbara 
Kedzorski, their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or 
assigns, if any; persons in occupancy or actual possession 
ond unknown owners or parties interested in the 
hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 13. 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 06-18-300-016 

Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: Lake Dr.. Round Loke, Illinois 
60073. Permanent Index No.: 06-18-300-016. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent toxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12. 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 12, 1986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser intends lo 
moke application for an order on the petition for o lax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 6. 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will alreody have expired at that lime. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made ol any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. . 

For lurther information contact the Counly Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14.21 A 28. 1986 

786887 l-RL 



— LEGAL— 

TO: 1st Arlington Natl Bank, .Trust No. A278, their 
spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; 
persons in occupancy or actual possession ond unknown 
owners or parties Interested in the hereinafter do scribed 
real estalo. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of loke, Dato Promises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permonent Index No.: 09-33-222-018, O9-33-222-0I9. 09- 
33 222070. 09-33222021, 09-33-222022. 09 -33- 222023, 
09-33-222-024 

Sold lor General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROP! R7Y HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOB DELINQUENT TAXES 

Properly located al: 26601, 26615. 26621, 26629, 26635. 
26647, 26659 N. Marion St.. Wouconda, Illinois 60084. 
Permanent Index No.: 09-33-222-018. 09-33-222-019. 09-. 
33-222 020, 09-33-222-021, 09-33222022, 09-33-222-023, 
09-33-222-024. 

This notice is to odvise you thai the above property hos 
been sold for delinquent toxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1 986, os extended. 

This notice is also to odvise you that a petition has been ■ 
filed for a lax deed whkh will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 1 2, 1966. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser intends to 
moke application for an order on the petition for o tox 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 13. 
1987. 

You moy be present at this heoring but your right to 
redeem will already have expired ol that time. 

You are urged lo redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption con be mode at any time on or before 
December 12. 1966 by applying to the County Clerk of 
lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchoser 

August 14,21 ft 28. 1986 

786B.879.Wl 

-LEGAL— 

TO: William D. McClain. Karen D. McClain, their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the hereinafter described real 
estate, 

TAX DEED NO.: 63 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of lake. Date Premises Sold: December 13.1 983 
Permanent Index No.: 07-29-300003 

Sold tor General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A. Warrant No. N/A. Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOB DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 17750 W. Green tree Rd.. 
Groyslako. Illinois 60030. Permanent Index No.: 07-29- 
300 003. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property hos 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December. 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to odvise you thot a petition hos been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not mode 
on or before December 12, 1986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends lo 
moke application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, ond this mattor is set for heoring in the Circuit 
Court of this counly in Waukegan, Illinois on Jonuary 12. 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right lo 
redeem will already have expired ol (hot time. 

You ore urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of properly. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or boforo 
December 12. 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Loke County at tho County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

Counly ol Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14.21 ft 28. 1986 

786g 838 Gl 

—LEGAL— 

TO: Poul M. Ncurauter ft Patricio A. Neuroutcr, their 
spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if ony; 
persons in occupancy or actual possession and unknown 
owners or parties interested in the hereinafter described 
real estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
Counly of Lake, Dale Premises Sold: December 1 2, 1 983 . 
Permanent Index No.: 06-10-1 12-020 

Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 ond/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment ot (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BSEN SOLO 
FOB DELINQUENT TAXES 
. Property located at: 36766 N. Elizabeth Dr.. Lake Villa. 
v . Illinois 60046. Permanent Index No.: 06-10-1 12-020. 

This notice is lo advise you that the "above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and thot the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1 986, as extended. 

This notice is olso to advise you lhal a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
lo possession of this property il redemption is not made 
on or 1 before December 12. 1986. 

The Counly of Lake, os Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for o tox 
deed, and Ihis matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this counly in Woukegan. Illinois on Jonuary 5. 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will alroady have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property.'' 

Redemption can be mado ol any time on or, before 
December 12 
Loke Counly 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the Counly Clerk. 

County of Lokc, os Trustee. 

Purchaser 

August 14,21 ft 26, 1986 

786B-853-LV 



, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
at the County Courthouse In Waukegan, 



—LEGAL— 
GRANT TO W NSHIP 

NOTICE FOBBIDS 

Notice Is hereby given 
that Grant Township will 
bo faking competitive bids 
far construction of a new 
Highway Department 
Maintenance Facility. Bids 
will be duo not later than 
4:30 P.M. on September 
23, 1986 ot the Grant 
Township Offices located 
at 411 Washington St., 
Ingles Ido, Illinois 60041. 

A public opening of bids 
will lake ploco ot the 
regular scheduled 
Township Meeting at 7:00 
P.M. on September 73, 
1986, ot the Grant 
Township Hotl. 411 
Washington St.. IngloskJe. 
Illinois 60041. 

Pfons, specifications and 
proposal forms may be 
obtained ol the Grant 
Township Offices. 411 
Washington St.. Ingleside. 
Illinois 60041 between 9:00 
A.M. and 4:30 P.M., 
Monday through Friday. A 
refundable plan deposit of 
S2S.00 per set Is required. 

The Board of Trustees 
reserves the right to refect 
ony or all bids. 

The Township, in ac- 
cordance with the laws of 
the Slate of Illinois, hereby 
notifies oil bidders thot it 
will affirmatively insure 
that the contract entered 
into pursuant lo Ihis notice 
will be awarded without 
discrimination on the basis 
of race, cotor or notional 
origin, and all work must 
be performed according to 
prevailing labor standards 
and equal opportunity 
regulations. 

Gordon Kiesgen, 

Town Clerk 

Grant Township 

DATED Ihis 18th day of 
August, 1986. 

August 2 1.1986 
7860927 Fl 



—LEGAL- 
NOTICE 

Notico is hearby given 
that Wouconda Self- 
Service Storogo, 500 Rand 
P.O. Box 505. Wouconda. 
IL. 60084. will sell: 

The goods from Unit No. 
428 belonging to Richard 
Ryan. 931 Tower Court. 
Palatine. IL 60067. con- 
sisting of furniture and 
. tools.. 

The goods from Unit No. 
124 belonging to Dale 
R oyster. 4127 Club Volley, 
Houston. TX 77082. con- 
sisting of refrigerator, 
dryer and boxes. 

The sale will take ploco 
ot Wouconda Sell-Service 
Storage. 500 Rond Rd.. 
Wouconda, IL. on Sep- 
tember 4. 1986.. 

Aug. 21 ft 28. 1986 
7B6C-900-WI 



— LEGAL — 
NOTICE 

Notice is hereby given 
that Wouconda Sell- 
Service Sloroge. 500 Rond 
Rd. P.O. Box 505. 
Wouconda. II. 60084. will 
sell: 

The goods from Unit No. 
1 16 belonging to lorry 
Held. 609.0-2 N. 

Milwaukee. Chicago, II. 
consisting of a snow 
blower, lawnmower; tent. 
Winchester rifle. Rugor 22 
col. auto. Walter 22 col. 
Winchester shot gun. 

The sate will lake ploce 
al the ■ Wouconda Self- 
Service Storage. 500 Rand 
Rd.. P.O. Box 505. 
Wouconda. IL. 60064 on 
September 4. 1986." 

Aug. 21 ft 28. 1986 
786C-903-WI 



-LEGAL— 
INVITATION . 
TO BID 

Invitation to Bid on new 
roof for North wing, loof 
repairs, and new shingles 
on entire roof for Loke 
Villa United Methodist 
Church. For specifications 
call. D. Stoccy. (312) 356- 
6583. 

August 2 1.1986 
786C-926-WL 



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-LIOAL — 

TO: First Midwest Bank of Waukegan F/K/ACItliens Nat'l 
Bank af Waukegan, Chicago Tilt* A Trust Co., their 
spouses, halrt, devisees, successors or assigns, (f any; 
persons in occupancy or actual possession and unknown 
owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter deicrlbed 
real estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKINOTICI 
County of Lake. Dote Premises Sold: Dec em bar 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 06-27-100-005, 06-27 -100- 006, 06- 
27-100007 106-27-100-008 

Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY MAS 111 H SOLO 
FOR 0ILINOU1NT TAXIS 
Property located at: 33606, 33550 N. Bohm Dr., 
Graysloke, Illinois 60030 also the Southeast quarter of the 
Northwest quarter of Section 27, Township 45 North, 
Range 10, East, approx. 1320 feet South of Washington 
St., Graysloke, Illinois 60030. Permanent Index No,: 06- 
27-100-005, 06-27-100-006, 06-27-100-007 S 06-27-100-008. 
This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice It also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
an or before December 1 2, 1 986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to *- 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 6, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse In Woukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14,21 A 28, 1986 

7j6BJ*3^GL 

" -LIOAl— * ~ 

TO: Sheila Merriweather. their spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties In- 
terested In the hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKINOTICI 
County of Lake, Dale Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 06-21-307-014 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A,' Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS FROMRTY HAS II IN SOU) 
FOR DIUNOUINT TAXIS • 
Property located at: 513 Forest Glen, Round Lake Park, 
Illinois 60073. Permanent Index No.: 06*21 -307-01 4. 

This notice is to advise you thot the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12. 
1986, as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption Is not mode 
on or before December 12, 1906. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 6, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that lime. 
. fou are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. , 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois, 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

Caunty of Lake, as Trustee, 
Purchaser 
August 14. 21 4 28, 1986 
786B-B74-RL. 



— LIGAL- 

TO: Evelyn Schwabe, 1st Nat'l Bonk of Lake Forest Trust 
No. 445, Village of Round Lake, their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons In oc- 
cupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the hereinafter described real 
estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKINOTICI 
County of Lake, Dote Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 06-20-404-056 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of {Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A. Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS RROR1RTY HAS MIN SOU) 
KM OILINOUINT TAXIS 

Property located at: West side of N. Bernice Court 
approx. 467 feel West of Cedar lake Rd.,- Round Lake, 
Illinois 60073. Permanent Index No.: 06-20-404-056. 

This notice Is to odvise you that the above properly has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and 'that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1 986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a lax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 12, 1986. 

The Caunty of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 6, 
1987. 

You may be present al Ihis hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired al thai time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately lo prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12. 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Loko County al the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of lake, as Trustee. 

Purchaser 

August 14, 21 ft 26, 1986 

786B-873RL 



—LIOAL— 

TO: John A. Christet, Eliiabelh Chrtstel, their spouses, 
heirs, devisees; successors or assigns, If any; persons in 
occupancy or actual possession and unknown owners or 
parties interested in the hereinafter described real 
estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 63 TX 46 

TAKI NOTICI 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 06-29-103-003 A 06-29-103-004 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No, N/A, Installment 
No, N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BUN SOLD 

fOH OILINOUINT TAXIS 

Properly located at: West line of Garden Ct. approx. 

260' North of Lakewood Terrace, Round Lake, Illinois 

60073. Permanent Index No.: 06-29-103-003 A 06-29-103- 

004. 

This notice is to advise you that the above properly has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and (he right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 12. 1986, 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 6, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County al the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14, 21 & 28. 1986 

786B-B75-RL 



—LIOAL— 

TO: Minnie Smith, Margaret Walsh, Ester J. Dunworth, 
Edward G. Smith, Louise Ida Walther A Katharine Kanka, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If 
-any; persons In occupancy or actuol possession and 
unknown owners or parties interested in the hereinafter 
described real estate, 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKINOTICI 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 12, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 01 -23-401 -006 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PtOPE*T Y HAS illN SOLD 

FOX OILINOUINT TAXIS 

Property located at: West line of Ester SI. approx. 130' 

Wesl of. Ester St. 4.200' North of Heart O'Lakes Blvd., 

Antioch, Illinois 60002, Permanent Index No.: 01-23-401- 

006. 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and thai the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also lo advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
lo possession of this property if redemption Is not made 
on or before December 1 2. 1 986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
make application for on order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in ihe Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at thai lime. 

You ore urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 
For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

Augusf 14.21 4 28, 1986 

786B-835-AR 



— LIOAL- 

TO: Ardilh Stanley, their spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties in- 
terested in the hereinafter described real estate. 
TAXDEEDNO.:B3TX46 

TAKINOTICI 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 12,1 9B3 
Permanent Index No.: 01-11 -305-003 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BUN SOLD 
FOI OILINOUINT TAXIS 

Property located al: 42444 North Willow St.. Antioch, 
Illinois 60002. Permanent Index No.: 01-1 1 -305-003. 

This notice Is to advise you thot the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that. the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986. as extended. 

This notice Is also to odvise you that a petition has been 
filed for a lax deed which will transfer title and Ihe right 
to possession of this properly if redemption is not made 
on or before December 12. 1986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee,' Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and Ihis matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of Ihis county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You ore urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse In Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14. 21 & 28, 1986 

786B-833-AR 



—LIOAL- 

TO: Arutlla Termini, their spouses, ' heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parlies In- 
terested in Ihe hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKI NOTICI 
County of Lake, Dote Premises Sold: December 1 2, 1 983 
Permanent Index No.: 01-1 1-305-004 
Sold for General Taxes (Year)': 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No, N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS RROHRTV HAS BUN SOLD 
FOB OILINOUINT TAXIS 

Properly located at: 42436 North Willow St., Antioch, 
Illinois 60002. Permanent index No.: 01-1 1-305-004. 

This notice is lo advise you that the above properly has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended.^ 

This notice is also lo advise you thai a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 12, 1986. 

The County of lake, as Trustee. Purchaser intends to 
make application for on order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and Ihis matter is sel for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of Ihis county In Waukegan. Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at, this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately lo prevent loss 
of properly. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to Ihe County Clerk of 
lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk, 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14. 21 8 28. 1986 

786B-834-AR 



_ LIG AL- 
TO: Henry C. Harkensee, Sr., 4 Anna M. Harkensee, their 
spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any: 
persons In occupancy or actual possession and unknown 
owners or parties interested in the hereinafter described 
real estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKI NOTICI 
County of Lake. Date Premises Sold: December 12,1 983 
Permanent Index No.: 02-21-204-007 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Speciol Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No, N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BUN SOLD 
FOB OILINOUINT TAXIS 
Properly located at: 40982 N. Ridge Circle. Antioch. 
Illinois 60002. Permanent Index No.: 02-21-204-007. 

This notice is to odvise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period c* 
redemption from the sale will expire -on December II. 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a fax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 1 2, 1 986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired al that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property.' 

Redemption can be made at any lime on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at Ihe County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois, 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14.21 4 28, 1986 

786B.836-AR 



— LIGAL- 

TO: Richard E. Schultz, their spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parlies in- 
terested in the hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKI NOTICI 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 1 2, 1 983 
Permanent Index No.: 01-34-103-013 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Speciol Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BUN SOLD 
FOR OILINOUINT TAXIS 

Property located at; 38623 N, Lake Shore Dr., Spring 
Grove. Illinois 60081. Permanent Index No.: 01-34-103- 
013. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of. 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer litte and Ihe right 
to possession of this properly if redemption is not made 
on or before December 1 2, 1 986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter Is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 5, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12. 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at Ihe County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further informalion contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 
, Purchaser 
August 14. 21 4 28, 1986 
\ 7B6B-843-FI. 



-LIGAL— 
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THI 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKI COUNTY. 
WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS. 
Guaranty Federal Savings 
and Loan Association, 
Plaintiff, 

vs. 
Walter A. Klock, Karen J. 
Klock, Lawrence Cooper, 
as Interim Trustee, AND 
UNKNOWN OWNERS. 
Defendants, 
NO.:85CH688 

NOTICI OF 
SHERIFF'S SALE 
NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN that In pursuance of 
a Judgment heretofore en- 
tered on May 19, 1986 by 
said Court In the above en- 
titled cause, Robert H. 
Babcox, Sheriff of Cook 
County will on September 
29, 1986- at 9:00 A.M. 
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME 
In Conference Room B of 
the Adm. Building in said 
County, sell at public auc- 
tion to the highest and best 
bidder for cash alt and 
singular the following 
described premises and 
real estate In said 
Judgment mentioned, 
situated in the County of 
Lake and State of Illinois or 
so much thereof as shall be 
sufficient to satisfy said 
Judgment, to-wit: 
Lot 15 in Block 73 in 
Zion City Subdivision, 
being a subdivision in 
Section 21 . Township 46 
North, Range 12, East 
of the Third Principal 
Meridian, in Lake 
County, Illinois. 
Commonly known os: 
2704 Gilead. Zion. 
Illinois. 

Permanent Index Number: 
04-21-309-010 

Redemption Date: March 
30, 1986 together with all 
buildings and im- 
provements thereon, and 
the tenements, 

hereditaments and ap- 
purtenances ihereunto 
belonging. 

Dated Lake County, 
Illinois, this 25th day of 
August, 1986. 

Sally D.Colt eh, 

Clerk of ihe 

Circuit Court of 

Lake County, Illinois 

Shapiro 4 Kreismon. P.C. 

Attorneys for Plaintiff 

786D-951-WN 

August 28, 

September 4 4 II, 1986 



—LEGAL— 
NOTICE 

Notice is hereby given 
that Wouconda Self- 
Service Storage, 500 Rand 
Rd. P.O. Box 505, 
Wauconda, I L. 60084. will 
sell: 

The goods from Unit No. 
427 belonging ,to James 
Smith, 950 W. Rand Rd.. 
No. 103, Wauconda, IL 
60084, consisting of a 
gasoline pump, point 
sprayer, boot trailer 
supplies, 1.000 lb. electric 
hoist, brakeshoe grinder 4 
misc. nuts and bolts. 

The sale will lake place 
at the Wauconda Sell- 
Service Storage, 500 Rand 
Rd.. P.O. Box 505. 
Wauconda. IL., 60084 on 
September 4, 1986. 

Aug. 2)4 28. 1986 
786C-901 -WL 



-LEGAL- 
NOTICE 

Notice is hereby given 
that Wauconda Sell- 
Service Storage, 500 Rand 
P.O. Box 505, Woucondo, 
IL, 60084, will sell: 

The goods from Unit No. 
224 belonging to Rich 
Prim, 147 Robertson Rd., 
Lake Zurich. IL." 60047. 
consisting of furnilurn, 
stereo and kite! n 
utensils. 

The goods from Unit No, 
503 belonging to Carl 
Harrer, P.O. Box 52. 
Wonder Lake, II., con- 
sisting of household 
furnishings. 

The sale will lake place 
at Wouconda Self -Service 
Storage. 500 .Rand Rd.. 
Wauconda, IL, on Sep- 
tember 4, 1986. 

Aug. 21 4 28, 1986 
786C-902WL 



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-LEGAL- 
NOTICE 

Clerk of Lake County, 

TO: R.M. Pellettierl, First National Bank of Lake Forest, 
Trust 3283, thoir spouse, heirs, devlsoes, successors or 
assigns, if any: occupants or persons in possession: 
unknown owners or parties interested In said real estate. 

Tox Deed No, 83 TX 46 FILED: 7/29/86 

TAKE NOTICE 

COUNTY OF LAKE, 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 

Date Premises Sold: 13-12-83. 

Certificate No.: 06-18-423-056. 

Sold For General Taxes For Tho Year: 1982. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS RECN SOLD 
" FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located at 1405 Fairfield Rd.. Round Lake 
Beach, II. 

Legal Description or Permanent Index No.: 06-18-423- 
056. 

This notice is to advise you lhat the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period ot 
redemption from the sale will expire on 12-12-86. 

This notice is also to odvise you lhat a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemplion is not made 
on or before 12-12-86. 

This matter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of this 
county in Waukegan, lllinois,.on Jan. 14, 87. 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

■ Redemption can be made at any time on or before 12- 
12-86 by applying lo the County Clerk of Lake County, 
Illinois at the County Court House in Waukegan. Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

James Co. 
Purchaser 

786C-937-RL 
Aug. 21, 28. 
Sept. 4, 1986 



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—LEGAL- 
NOTICE 

Clsrit of Lake County, 

TO: Millon H. Moberg, M.L. Moborg, Dean L. Johnson, 
their spouse, heirs, devlsoes, successors or assigns. If 
any; occuponls or persons In possession; unknown 
owners or parties interested In said real estate. 



Tax Deed No. 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 

COUNTY OF LAKE, 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 



Doto Premises Sold: 12-12-83. 

Certificate No.: 05-01*401-006. 

Sold For General Taxes For The Year: 1 982. 



FILED: 7/29/86 



THIS PROPERTY HAS HEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located at 25446 W. Arcade Drive North, Lake 

Villa, II. 
*». 

Legal Description or Permanent Index No.: 05-01-401- 
006. 

This notice is lo advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on 12- 12-86. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition hos been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before 12-12-86. 

This matter is set for hearing in Ihe Circuit Court of this 
county in Waukegan. Illinois, on Jan. 14, 87. 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

Redemplion can be mode at any time on or before 12- 
12-86 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County, 
Illinois at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 



Jomes Co. 
Purchaser 



786C.934.LV 
Aug. 21,28, - 
Sept. 4, 1986 



—LEGAL 
NOTICE 

Clark of Lake County, 

TO: Emolyn L. Mast, and/or Emelyn L. Doroblala, Illinois 
Department of Public Aid, Lien Holder, their spouse, 
heirs, dovisees, successors or assigns, if any; occupants 
or persons in possession: unknown owners or parties 
Interested In said real estate. 




Tax Deed No. 83 TX 46 



FILED: 7/29/86 



TAKE NOTICE 



COUNTY OF LAKE, 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 



Date Premises Sold: 12-12-83. 

Certificate No.: 05- 10-41 0-001. 

Sold For General Taxes For The Year: 1982. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS RIEN SOLD 

FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located ot 54 S. Maple Ave., Fox Loke, II. 

legal Description or Permanent Index No.: Q5-I0-4I0- 
001. 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on 12-1 2-66. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition hos been 
filed for a lax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property If redemption is not mode 
on or before 12-12-86. 

This matter is sol for hearing In the Circuit Court of this 
county in Waukegan, Illinois, on Jan. 14, 87. 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

Redemption can be mode at any time on or before 12- 
12-86 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County, 
Illinois at tho County Court Houso in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For f urthor information contact the County Clerk. 



James Co. 
Purchaser 



7B6C-935-FL 
Aug, 21, 28. 
Sept. 4, 1986 




-LIGAL- 
m THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF COOK COUNTY. 
ILLINOIS, COUNTY 
DEPARTMENT, PRORATE 
DIVISION. 

ESTATE of EDWARD F. 
KNOLLMAN, Deceased, 
No. 86P6149, Docket 928, 
Page 263. 

Notico Is given of the' 
death of Edward ' F. 
Knollman. Letters of office 
were issued on July 25. 
1986, to Stephen 
Knollman, 2784 Saturn 
Drive, Fairfield, Ohio, as 
Independent Ad- 

ministrator, with Will An- 
nexed, whose attorneys of 
record are McCoy,' Morris ' 
Kula, 27 East. Monroe 
Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

The Estate will be ad- 
ministered without court 
supervision, unless under 
Section 28-4 of the Probate 
Act (III. Rov. Stat. 1979. Ch. 
HOW, Par. 28-4) any In- 
terested person ter- 
minated Independent ad- 
ministration at any time by 
mailing or delivering a 
petition to terminate to the 
clerk. 

Claims against the 
Estate may be tiled in the 
office of the Clerk in Room 
1202, Richard J. Daley Cen- 
ter, Chicago, Illinois,, or 
with the representative, or 
both, within 6 months from 
the doto of issuance of let- 
ters and any claim not filed 
within that period Is 
barred. Copies of a claim 
filed with the clerk must bo 
mailed or delivered to the 
representative and to Ihe 
attorney within 10 days af- 
ter it hos been filed. 
540479 

786D-952-GL 

- August 28, 

September 4. 11, 1986 



—LEGAL- 
NOTICE 

Clerk of Lake County, 

TO: Gary W. Allen, Mike Hayland. Norman S. Goldman, 
their spouse, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if 
any; occupants or persons in possession: unknown 
owners or parties interested in said real estate. 



Tax Deed No. 83 TX 46 



FILED: 7/29 '85 



TAKE NOTICE 



—LEGAL- 
NOTICE 

Clerk of Loke County, 

TO: Rene Anderson, their spouse, heirs, devisees, suc- 
cessors or assigns, if any; occupants or persons in 
possession; unknown owners or parties interested in said 
real estole. 



Tax Deed No. 83 TX 46 



FILED: 7/29'86 



TAKE NOTICE 



COUNTY OF LAKE, 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 

Date Premises Sold: 13 Dec. 83. 

Certificate No.: 06-1 9-21 8003. 

Sold For General Toxes For The Year: 1982. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS REEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located ot 1111 Barberry Lane, Round Loke 
Beach. II. 

Legal Description or Permanent Index No.; 06-19-218- 
003. 

This notice is lo advise you that the above property has 
been sold lor delinquent toxes and thai the period of 
redemption from Ihe sale will expire on 12-12-86. 

This notice is olso to advise you lhal a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer lille and the right 
to possession of this properly il redemption is not made 
on or before 12-12-86. 

This matter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of this 
county in Waukegan, Illinois, on Jan. 14, 87. 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 12- 
12-86 by applying to the County Clerk of Loke County, 
Illinois at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

James Co. 
Purchaser 

786C-938-RL 
Aug. 21,28, 
Sept. 4, 1986 



COUNTY OF LAKE, 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 



Date Premises Sold: 13 Doc. 83. 

Certificate No.: 05-24-21 0004, 

Sold For General Taxes For Tho Year: 1982. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS REEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located at 25175 W. Chicago Ave., Ingleside. 

Legal Description or Permanent Index No.: 05-24-210- 
004. 

This notice is lo advise you that iho above property has 
been said for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from Ihe sale will expire on 12-12-86. 

This notice is also lo advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and tho right 
to possession of this properly if redemplion is not made 
on or before 12-12-86. 

This mailer is sot for hearing in the Circuit Court of this 
county in Waukegan, Illinois, on Jan. 14, 87. 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 12- 
12-86 by applying to tho Counly Clork of Lake County. 
Illinois at ihe County Court House in Woukogan. Illinois. 

For further information contact Ihe Counly Clerk. 

James Co, 
Purchaser 



786C-933.Fl 
Aug. 21, 28, 
Sopl.4, 1986 



—LEGAL- 
NOTICE 

Clerk of Lake County, 

TO: Henry T, and Rasemalre R. Repple, their spouse, 
heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any: occupants 
or 'persons in possession; unknown owners or parties 
interested In said real estate. 



Tax Deed No. 83 TX 46 



FILED: 7/29/86 



TAKE NOTICE 



COUNTY OF LAKE, 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 



Date Premises Sold: 12-12-83. 

Certificate No.: 05-10-308-009. 

Sold For General Taxes For The Year: 1982. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS REEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located at Rollins Rd., Fox Lake, II., Lot No. 
1 89 of Sullivan Hillcrest Subdivision. 

Legal Description or Permanent Index No.: 05-10-308- 
009. 

This notico is to advise you that the above property has 
beon sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on 12-12-86. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before 12-12-86. 

This matter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of this 
county in Waukegan, Illinois, on Jan. 14, 87. 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

Redemplion can bo made at any time on or before 12- 
12-86 by opplying to the County Clerk of Lake County, 
Illinois at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

James Co. 
Purchaser 

• 786C-936-FL 
Aug. 2 1.28, 
Sept. 4, 1986 



-LEGAL- 
PUBLIC NOTICE 

Notice is hereby given 
that the First American 
Bank of Lake County, Lake 
Villa, Illinois has made ap- 
plication to the Com- 
missioner of Banks and 
Trust Companies. Suite 
2130. 310 South Michigan 
Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 
60601, and the Federal 
Deposit . Insurance Cor- 
poration, 30 South Wacker 
Drive. Suite 3100, Chicago, 
Illinois 60606. for written - 
consent to move their main 
offices to Buffalo Grove, 
Illinois. It is contemplated 
that all of the offices of the 
above named bonk will 
continue to operate .as 
they have in Ihe past. 

Any persons wishing lo 
comment * on this ap- 
plication may file his or her 
comments in writing with 
the regulatory ogencles 
above before processing of 
the application has been 
completed. Processing will 
be completed no earlier 
than the 21st day following 
either the dote of this 
publication or the dale of 
receipt of the application 
by the FDIC. whichever is 
later. The period may be 
extended by the Regional 
Director for good cause. 
The nonconfidential por- 
tion of the application file 
is available for inspection ■ 
within one day following 
the request for such file. It 
may be inspected In the 
Corporation's Regional Of-, 
fice, during regular 
business hours. 

Photocopies of Information 
In the nonconfidential por- 
tlon of the. application file 
will be made available 
upon request, A schedule 
of charges for such copies 
can be obtained from the 
Regional Office. 

786D-946-LV 
August 28 and^ 
September 4, 1986 



229 Lakeland Newspapers 



Thursday, August 20, 1966 




-ISOAL- 

MOTICI OF PUBLIC HEARING 

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Tuesday, September 22, 

86, at 8:00 P.M., the President and Board of Trustees of 

e Village of Round Lake Beach, Illinois will hold a public 

earing at the Council Chambers at 224 W. Clarendon, 

ound lake Beach, Illinois. Said public hearing will be for 

purpose of considering the designation 'of a 

avodelopmenl Project Area under the Real Property 

ax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act" and for the 

ufooso of aoorovlna a Redevelopment Plan and 

edovolopment Project Area under the "Real Property 

ment Project Area. I he boundaries of the proposed 

Redevelopment Project Area by legal description, are as 

follows; 

Beginning at the Northwest corner of the Northwest 
% Southeast '/« of Section 16-45-10 thence running 
East along the North line of the Northwest % 
Southeast V* 16-45-10 a distance of 74S.0 feet to the 
Southwest corner of North Avenue and Rollins Rood, 
thonce South along the Westerly right-of-way line of 
North Avenue-a distance of 150.0 feet to the Nor- 
theasterly corner of Lot 17 Block 312, thence West 
along the North line of said Lot 17 a distance of 50.0 
feat to the Northwest corner of said Lot 17, thence 
South along the West line of said Lot 17 a distance of 
125.41 feet to the Southwest corner of said Lot 17 In 
Block 312, thence West along the Northerly right-of- 
way line of Clarendon Drive 75,0 feel to the North* 
South center lino of Block 319 In Round Lake Beach 
Ridgewood Addition No. 1 extended North to the Nor- 
th right-of-way line of Clarendon Drive; thence South 
along said center line of said Block 319 oxtended Nor- 
in 1o North line of Clarendon Drive o distance of 
909.17 feet to the Southwest corner of Lot 1 In Block 
318 In Round Lake Beach Ridgewood Addition Unit 1, 
thence East along the South line of said Lot 1 a distan- 
ce of 125.0 feet to the Southeast corner of said Lot 1 
then Easterly a distance of 60.0 feet to the Southwest 
corner of said Lot 1, thence East along the South line 
of said Lot 2B a distance of 135.0 feet to the Southeast 
corner of said Lot 28, thence South along the North- 
South conter lino of said Block 322 and Block 323 
(Heather Terrace right-of-way inclusive) a distance of 
1 166.2 feet to the Southwest corner of lot 13 in Block 
323 in Round Lake Beach Ridgewood Addition No. 2, 
thence South 60.0 feet along the North-South center 
line of Block 323 extended South to the South line of 
Woodmoor Drive, thence East along the South right- 
of-way line of Woodmoor Drive, 74.0 feet to the Nor- 
thwestern corner of Lot I In Block 324 in Round Lake 
Beach Ridgewood Addition No, 2, thence South along 
Iho West line'ol said Lot 1 a distance of 108.0 feet to 
the Southwest corner of said Lot 1 , thence West to the 
Northeast corner of Lot 6 In said Block 324 a distance 
of 10.0 feet, thence South along the East line of Lot 6, 
a distance of 108.0 feet to the Southeast corner of Lot 
6 in said Block 324, thence South perpendicular to the 
North line of the right-of-way of Shorewood Road a 
distance of 66.0 feet to the South line of said right-of- 
way, thence East olong the South line of Shorewood 
Road right-of-way a distance of 565.0 feet to o point 
on the South line of sold right-of-way, said point being 
perpondicular from (and 66.0 feet South of J the North 
line of said right-of-way at the Southeast corner of Lot 
IB Block 336 Round Lake Beach Ridgewood Addition 
Unit 3, thence North 66.0 feet to the Southeast corner 
of told Lot IS, thence North 125.0 feel to the Nor- 
theost corner said Lot 18, thence Easterly to the 
Southeasterly corner Lot 22 in said Block 336, thence 
North Northeast along the rear lot lines in said Block 
336 ond Block 335 (inclusive of Heather Terrace right- 
of-way) to the Northeasterly corner of Lot 54 in Block 
335 in Round Lake Beach Ridgewood Addition Unit 3, a 
distance of 1780.50 feet, thence West Northwest 43.70 
feel lo th» Soo»h»ai t»r ly corner off Lot 55 In said Block 
335. thence North Northeast 208.7 feet to the Nor- 
theasterly corner of lot 57 In said Block 335, thence 
East Southeast 43.70 feet to the Southeasterly corner 
of Lot 58 In said Block 335. thence North Northeast ' 
200.0 feet to the Southwesterly corner of Lot 1 in said 
Block 335, thence East Soulheost 205.0 feet on a line 
that passes over the Southeasterly corner of Lot 1 in 
Block 335 and runs to the Easterly right-of-way line of 
Hainesville Road, thence North Northeast along the 
Easterly right-of-way line of Hainesville Road to the 
Southeasterly corner of the intersection of Hainesville 
Road and Rollins Road, (hence Northwesterly to the 
Southeasterly corner of the intersection of Illinois. 
Route 83 and Rollins Road, thence Northerly along the 
Easterly right-of-way line of Illinois Route S3 to a point 
on the North line of Section 15-T45N-R10E, said point 
being 30.0 feet East of the Northwest corner of said 
Section 15-T4SN-R10E, thence West along the North 
line of said Section 30.0 feet lo the Northwest corner 
of Section 15-45-10, thence West along the North line 
of Section 16-45-10 to the Northwest corner of the Nor- 
theast '/. Northeast '/. Section 16-45-10. thence South 
along the West line of the East Vt Northeast V* of said 



which redevelopment will Involve, among other ac- 
tivities, the construction and Installation of certain 
"public Improvements," e.g., subsurface site 
preparation, building .demolition, on and off-site 
water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer utilities, 
detention work, new street construction (Old Rollins 
Road), Improvements on current streets and general 
rights-of-way Improvements. The second phase of the 
Plan will Involve the utility improvements, recon- 
struction of minor roads to the West of Hainesville 
Road and South of Rollins Road and construction of 
new minor streets. Such redevelopment may Involve 
properly acquisition and assembly, site clearance, 
and physical and public improvements. A copy of the 
Plan Is available at the office of the Village Clerk of 
the Village of Round Lake Beocl at 1212 North Cedar ' • 
Lake Road for all Interested persons. 

The foregoing, and oil other matters the municipality 
may deem appropriate, will be discussed at the Sep- 
tember 22, 1 986 public hearing. 

All Interested parties may file with Ihe undersigned 
written objections with respect to any issues embodied In 
this notice and will be given on opportunity to be heard at 
the public hearing. The Illinois Department of Commerce 
and Community Affairs and each taxing district having 
taxable property within the proposed Redevelopment 
Area and other Interested parties are invited to submit 
comments concerning Ihe subject matter of the hearing 
on or prior to 12:00 A.M., September 22, 1986. 

Village of Round Lake Beach, Illinois 

By: Becky L. Fox, 

Village Clerk 



• 



Section 16 to the Northeasterly corner of Lot 11 in the 
Southwest V* Northeast % 16-45-10, thence South- 
westerly along the Northerly line of said Lot 1 1 to the 
point of beginning, consisting of 167.4 acres. 

The boundaries of the proposed Redevelopment Project 
Area, by street location, are as follows; 
A 167.4 acre tract of land located In the Northeast 
quadrant of the Village of Round Lake Beach, 
generally bounded on the North, East, South and 
West, respectively by the Norlhern Village limits, the 
Northwestern Village limits (along with North and 
Leslie Avenues), Shorewood and Williams and Route - 
83, and it traversed by the following rights-of-way, in- 
clusive: the Northeast corner of the Northernmost 
Village boundary and Route 83 to Rollins Road, to 
Hainesville Road to Clarendon Road, then South along 
.the Eastern property rear lot lines on Williams Avenue 
lo Shorewood, then North-along the Western property 
rear lot lines on Lesllvt, then West along Redwing, 
then North along the Western property rear lot lines 
sn North Avenue to Rollins Road to the diagonal ■■ 
Western Village boundary line to the Northernmost 
Village boundary tine ana all property located within/ 
these boundaries. 

The Village has prepared a Redevelopment Plan with 
respect to the Redevelopment Project Area which is on 
file and available for public inspection at the office of the 
Village Clerk of the Village of Round Lake Beach at 1212 
North Cedar Lake Road. The Redevelopment Plan 
describes- the Redevelopment Projects to be undertaken 
Pursuant to the Redevelopment Plan and includes an 
estimated or redevelopment project costs and the sour- 
res of funds expected to be used to pay such costs. The 
following is a general description, of Ihe Redevelopment 
■ s lan and the Redevelopment Projects: 
Ihe Initial phase of the Tax Increment Financing 
Redevelopment Plan (the "Plan") will involve the 
'odevelopment of several parcels. of property con- 
stituting approximately 167,4 acres located generally 
North of Rollins Road and West of Illinois Highway 83 
through the construction of a retail shopping center, 



— LEGAL— ' 
NOTICt 

Clerk of Lake County. 

TO: Donald H. Geiger, AGG Development Co., Gary W. 
Allen, Ihe shareholders of AGG Development Co., a 
dissolved corporation, their spouse, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if any; occupants or persons in 
possession; unknown owners or parties interested in said 
real estate. 



Tax Deed No. 83 TX 46 



786D-944-RL 

August 28 

& September 4, 1986 



FILED: 7/29/86 



TAKE NOTICE 



COUNTY OF LAKE, 

ST ATI OF ILLINOIS 



—LEGAL— 

TO: Mrs. Delphlne Lackoff , their spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns. If any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession ond unknown owners or parties In- 
terested In Ihe hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 07-23-204-011 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY H Aft BEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located at: West line of First St., opprox. 50' 
North of University Ave., Gurnee, Illinois 60031. Per- 
manent Index No.: 07-23-204-01 1 . 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sole will expire on December. 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 1 2, 1 986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to 
make application for on order on the petition for aJox 
deed, and this mailer is set for hearing fn the Circuit 
Court of this county fn Waukegan, Illinois on January 6, 
1997. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to Ihe County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

, Purchaser 

August 14,21 A 28, 1986 
786B-840GP 



Date Premises Sold: 12-1 2-83. 

Certificate No.: 01 -01 -4OO0O6. 

Sold For General Taxes For The Yeor: 1 982. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located at 43133 N. Venetian Drive, Antioch, 
Illinois 60002. 

Legal Description or Permanent Index No.: 01-01-400* 
006. 

This notice is to advise you (hot Ihe above property hos 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on 12-12-86. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition hos been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title ond the right 
to possession of this property it redemption Is not made 
an or before 12-12-86. 

This matter is set for hearing fn the Circuit Court of this 
county In Waukegan, Illinois, on Jan. 14, 1987. 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 12- 
12-86 by applying to the County Clerk ol Lake County, 
Illinois at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 



-LEGAL— 

TO: Melvtn K. Solon, their spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, If any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties In- 
terested In the hereinafter described real estate. , 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of lake. Date Premises Sold; December 1 3, 1 983 
Permanent Index No. : 07-23-204-01 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS MEN SOLO 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Properly located al: West line of First St., approx. 75' 
North of University Ave., Gurnee, Illinois 60031. Per- 
manent Index No.: 07-23-204-0)0. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that o petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property If redemption is not made 
on or before December 12, 1986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 6, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss 
of property. . . 

Redemption con be made at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

' ' August 1 4, 21&28, 1986 

... 786B-839-GP 



James Co. 
Purchaser 



786D-947-AR 

August 28 & September 

4& 11.1986 



— LEGAL- 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Mundeleln Com- 

munications Company 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY:- 
403 Dalton, Mundeleln, 
Illinois 60060 

NAME(S] AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Aslom A. Faruqul, 403 
Dalton, Mundeleln, Illinois 
60060: Pamela M. Khwajo, 
403 Dalton, Mundeleln, 
Illinois 60060 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE.lt 

This Is to certify that the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct tho above named 
business from the 
tocatfon(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
nome(s) ol the person (s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 
As lam A. Faruqul 
8/19/86 

Pomelo M. Khwajo 
8/19/86 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE.H 

The foregoing in- 
strument was 
acknowledged before me 
by Ihe person(s) Intending 
lo conduct the business 
this 8/ 19/86. 

Undo Wright. 
Deputy Clerk 
RECEIVED: August 19. 1986 
Linda lonuzl Hess 
Lake County Clerk 

7B6D-953-MN 

August 28 

&September4.1l.l986 



—LEGAL- 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE. •■ 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' 
OF THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
COUNTY OF LAKE. 
Federal National Mortgage 
Association, a corporation,- 
Plointiff(s). 

vs. 
Douglas Bailey; et al., 
Defendant(s), 
Case Number: 86CH310 
NOTICE OF 
SHERIFF'S SALE 
NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN that in pursuance ol 
a Judgment heretofore 
entered by Ihe said Court 
in the above entitled 
cause. ROBERT H. BAB- 
COX, Sheriff of Lake 
County, Illinois will on 
Monday, the 22nd day of 
September A.D., 1966, at 
the hour of 9:00 A.M., in 
the Lake County Cour- 
thouse, Conference Room 
B, 10th Floor, 18 County 
St., Waukegan. Illinois 
60085, Lake County, Illinois 
sell at public auction to the 
highest and best bidder for 
cash all and singular, the 
following described 
premises and real estote In 
said Judgment mentioned, 
situated in the County of 
Lake and State of Illinois, 
or so much (hereof as shall 
be sufficient to satisfy said 
Judgment, to-wit; 
Lot 15 In Block 157 in 
Venetian Village, Unit 
16, being a subdivision 
of part of the South- 
west Quarter of Section 
35, Township 46 North. 
Range 10, East of the 
Third Principal 
Meridian, and part of 
the West half of 
Government Lot 2 in 
the Northwest Quarter ' 
of Section 2, Township 
Range 10, 
Ihe Third 
Meridian, 
to the Plat 
thereof, recorded June 
18, 1954, as Document 
827771, in Lake County, 
Illinois, 



Together with all 
buildings ond im- 
provements thereon, and 
the tenements, 

hereditaments and op- 
putenances thereunto 
belonging. 

DATED this II Ih day of 
August. 1986. 

In witness whereof I 
have hereunto set my hand 
and seal of the said 19th 
Judicial Circuit Court at 
Waukegan, Illinois. 

Sally D.Coffelt. 
Clerk 
Kropik, Papugafi Show 
Attorney for Plaintiff 
120S.loSalleSl. 
Chicago. IL 60603 
(312)236-6405 

August 21, 28 & 

September 4, 1986 

. 786C-909-LV 



45 North, 
East of 
Principal 
according 



Said property is com- 
monly known as; 1819 
Hazelwood Drive, Lin- 
denhurst, Illinois 60046. , 



— LEOAL— 

OURNEE 

ZONING NOTICE 



PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby 
given to all persons In the 
Village of Gurnee. Lake 
County, Illinois, that a 

ftublic hearing will be held 
n the Gurnee Municipal 
Building, 4573 Grand 
Avenue. Gurnee, Illinois 
60031, on September 17, 
1986, at 7:30 P.M., on the 
petition of Mr. James 
Onan, to amend or change 
the terms of the Gurnee 
Zoning Ordinance No. 80- 
29, by amendment, so as 
to reclassify certain real 
estate described as 
follows, to-wit: 
That part of the SW V. of 
Section 13, Township 45 
North, Range 11, East 
of the 3rd P.M., 
described os follows: 
Beginning at the in- 
tersection of the East 
line of said SW% with 
the South line of Gran- 
dview Ave., as 
dedicated by Doc. 
456775; thence West 
along said North line, 
to a point 122.0 feet 



West of said East line of 
said SW 1 /.; thence 
South, parallel with 
said East line, 33.14 
feet; thence East, at 
right angles to said East 
line. 15.0 feet; thence 
South, parallel with 
said East line, 90.0 feet; 
thence West, at right 
angles to said East line, 
15,0 feet; thence South, • 
parallel with said East 
line, 127.11 feet; then- 
ce West, at right angles 
to said East line, 117.05 
feet, more or less, to a 
point 60.0 feet Easterly, 
as measured at right 
ongtes, of the cen- 
tertine of the Easterly 
or Southbound, main 
track of the Chicago & 
Northwestern RY. Co.; 
thence Southerly 
parallel with said 
Easterly main track, to 
the North line of the 
South 33.0 feet of said 
SW% of Section 13: 
thence East along said 
North line of said South 
33.0 feet, to the East 
line of said SWV. of 
Section 13; thence Nor- 
th along said East line 
to the P.O.B. (except 
the South 32.0 feet of 
the East 66.0 feet 
thereof as dedicated ' 
for Hwy. purposes by 
Doc. 446303), In Lake 
County, Illinois, 
from a I- 1, restricted In- 
dustrial classification to a 
C/B-2, community business 
classification. 

Said property is located 
between Grand Avenue 
and Grandview Avenue, 
Immediately West of the 
Handy Andy Home Center. 

Said petition and 
request are on file and 
available for examination 
in the office of the Zoning 
Administrator at the Gur- 
nee Municipal Building. 
4573 Grand Avenue, Gur- 
nee, Illinois.. 

All persons Interested 
are invited to attend said 
hearing and be heard, 

DATED: August 25, 1986. 
Plan Commission, Village 
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786J . J-GP 
August 2b, 19U6 






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10: Vincent P. Meltzer, Doris Meltzer, 1st Siaio Bonk ol 
Round Lake, their spouses, heirs, devtsoes, successors or 
assigns, if any; parsons In occupancy or actual possession 
and unknown owners or parties interested In the 
hereinafter described real estate. 
TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 06-18-302-010 
Sold for General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior, Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A. Worrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS REEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXIS 
Property located at: 24509 W. Lake Shore Dr., Round 
Lake, Illinois 60073. Permanent Index No.: 061 6-302-010. 
This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the salo will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to adviso you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not mode 
on or before December 12, 1986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to 
make application lor an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan. Illinois on January 6. 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
ol property. 

Redemption can be mode at any time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County al the County .Courthouse In Waukegan, 
Illinois. 
For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August 14, 21 A 28, 1986 

786B-872-RL 



—LEGAL— 

TO: Joseph Costelto, Gust Costello, Lena Costello, their 
spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; 
persons in occupancy or actual possession and unknown 
owners or parties interested in the hereinafter described 
real estate. 

TAX DEED NO.: 83 TX 46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: December 13, 1963 
Permanent Index No.: 07-23-210005 
Sold lor General Taxes (Year): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS REIN SOLD 

FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

, Property located at: South line of University Ave. 

approx. 357 feet East of First St.. Gurnee, Illinois 60031. 

Permanent Index No.: 07-23-210-005. 

This nollce is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sale will expire on December 12, 
1986. as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 1 2. 1 986. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchoser intends to 
make application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 6, 
1987. 

You may be present ot this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately lo prevent loss 
of properly. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before 
December 12. 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County ot the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchoser 

August 14,21 & 28, 1986 

786B-841-GP 



-LEG AL- 

M cause you have the right to know 

PURLIC NOTICE 

OFFER TO HOLD PURLIC HEARING 

Notice Is horoby glvon to oil persons Intorosted that an 
offer to conduct a Public Hearing concerning an 
agroemenl belwoen the Stato of Illinois acting by and 
through the Department of Transportation and Iho 
Township of Grant acting through lis Highway Com- 
missioner, wherein the Grant Township Highway 
Commissioner Is to assume jurisdiction, -control, and 
maintenance of three (3) separate soctlons of Frontage 
Road, along the east and west sldo ol U.S. Route 12, 
approximately % mile west of Illinois Route 134 westerly 
from Nipperslnk Rood. 

The state agrees to relinquish all. jurisdiction and 
control If may hovo of the section of the Frontago Road to 
the Township on the dote of adoption of an order adding 
the above mentioned section of road to the Grant 
Township road system. 

Interested parlies are to contact Mr. Jack Kiesgan 
within seven days of this notice at 53 Marvin Streot, Fox 
Lake, Illinois 60020 or call (312) 587-2233. 

By Order of the Grant Township Highway Commission. 

Jock Kiesgan, 

Highway Commissioner 

August 14, 21 & 28. 1986 

7866-885-FL 



—LEGAL— 

TO: Chicago Title & Trust Co. No. 63656. Colonial Bank & 
Trust Co. of Chicago Trusl No. 179, Vinconl Giocinto, 
Ronald A. Martin, Nat'l Republic Bank ol Chicago, their 
spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; 
persons in occupancy or actual possession and unknown 
owners or parties interested in the hereinafter described 
real estate. 

TAXDEEDNO.:83TX46 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake. Date Premises Sold: December 13. 1983 
Permanent Index No.: 05-25-400003 

Sold lor General Taxes (Yeor): 1982 and/or prior. Sold for 
Special Assessment of (Municipality) N/A and Special 
Assessment Number N/A, Warrant No. N/A, Installment 
No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS HEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 25159 W. Nippersink Rd., Round 
Lake. Illinois 60073. Permanent Index No.: 05-25-400-003. 
This notice is lo advise you that the obove property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sole will expire on December 12, 
1986, as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title and the right 
lo possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 1 2, 1 986. 

The County ol Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser intends to 
moke application for an order on the petition for a tax 
deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on January 6, 
1987. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to 
redeem will already hove expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss 
of property. 

Redemption con be made ot ony time on or before 
December 12, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Lake County ot the County Courthouse in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee, 

Purchaser 

August U.2I & 28, 1986 

7B6B-870-RL 



—LEGAL- 
ASSUMED RUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Double E. Self Storage & 
Trucking 

ADDRESS (ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE CON- 
DUCTED OR TRANSACTED 
IN THIS COUNTY: 661 Drom 
Ct.. Antloch. II. 60002; 676 
Anita, Antloch, II. 60002. 

NAME (S) AND POST OF- 
FICE OR RESIDENCE AD- 
DRESS (ES) OF THE PERSON 
(S) OWNING, CON- 
DUCTING OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: Jack 
L. Ester, 661 Drom Ct., An- 
tloch, II. 60002; Sharon 
Ester, 661 Drom Ct., An- 
tloch. II. 60002. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, it 

This is to certify that the 
undersigned intend ($) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the location 
(s) indicated and that the 
true or real full name (s) of 
the person (s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the 
business are correct as 
shown. 
Jack L. Ester 
8/8/86 
• Sharon Ester 
B/8/86 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, St 

The foregoing in- 
strument was 
acknowledged before me 
by the person (s) intending 
to conduct the business 
this August 9, 1986. 

JoAnn D. Osmond 
Notary Public 

Linda lanuzi Hess 
Loke County Clerk 

786C-919-AR 

August 21. 19B6 

August 28, 1986 

September 4, 1986 



STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, tt 

The foregoing In- 
strument was 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending 
to conduct the business 
this August 6. 1986. 
(SEAL) 

Patricia J. Bennett. 
Deputy County Clerk 
RECEIVED: Aug. 6. 1986 
Linda lanuzi Hess, 
Lake County Clerk 

August 14 A 21, 1986 
786B-884-AR 



—LEGAL NOTICE— 

On June 10, 1986 the 
Corporate Authorities of 
the Island Lake Sanitary 
District, Lake and McHenry 
Counties, Illinois passed 
Ordinance No. 86-1 en- 
titled "An ordinance 
establishing service 
charges and providing for 
the recovery of capital 
costs from industrial users 
of the public sewerage 
works in the Island Lake 
Sanitary District", and said 
ordinance having been 
published in pamphlet 
form by ihe Corporate 
Authorities of the Island 
Lake Sanitary District is 
available al the oltice of 
the Sanitary District Clerk. 

William C. Kreiling 

Clerk 

Island Lake 

Sanitary District 



7B6D-940WL 
August 28. 1986 



—LEGAL- 
ASSUMED RUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Future Technology of Lake 
County 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
25637 W. Florence Ave., 
Antioch, Illinois 60002 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Charles W. Bolt, 25637 W. 
Florence Ave.. Antioch,, 
Illinois 60002; Sandra D. 
Bolt, 25637 W. Florence 
Ave., Antioch, Illinois 
60002 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, tt 

This Is to certify that the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
locotion(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 
Charles W. Bott 
8/6/86 

Sandra D. Bott 
8/6/86 



—LEGAL NOTICE— 

On August 12. 1986 Ihe 
Corporate Authorities of 
the Island Lake Sanitary 
District, Lake and McHenry 
Counties, Illinois passed 
Ordinance No. 86-2 en- 
tilled "An ordinance 
establishing charges for 
connection to the 
sewerage system of the 
Island Lake Sanitary 
District", and said or- 
dinance having been 
published in pamphlet 
form by the Corpoiato 
Authorities ol the Island 
Lake Sanitary District is 
available at the office ot 
the Sanitary District Clerk. 

William C. Kreiling 

Clerk 

Island Lake Sanitary 

District 

786D941-WL 
August 28. 1986 



—LEGAL— 

On August 12, 1986 the 
Corporate Authorities of 
the Island Lake Sanitary 
District, Loke and McHenry 
Counties, Illinois passed 
Ordinance No. 86-3 en- 
titled "An ordlnonce 
creating the retained per- 
sonnel ordinance to 
regulate foes and ex- 
penses to be reimbursed to 
the Island Lake Sanitary 
District", and said or. 
dinonce having been" 
published in pamphlet 
form by the Corporate 
Authorities ol the Island 
Lake Sanitary District is 
available ol tho office ol 
the Sanitory District Clerk. 

William C. Kroiling 
Clerk 






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\y CHARLES JOHNSTON 

Members of the Lake 
bounty Board agree that 
[here will be complete and 
full public hearings before 
toning or a landfill could be 
(approved in any possible 
(Heartland settlement. 
Critics maintain that it will 
lie too little, too late. 

Heartland comprises 1,827 
acres and is located directly 
south of Grayslake and 
southeast of Round Lake 
park. It was annexed to 
Hound Lake Park in 1981 
with an agreement that was 
considered to be so bad by 
neighboring villages and the 
county that efforts were 
mounted to stop the 
development. From that 
effort, a lawsuit by the 
bordering Alter project 
(which the county won) was 
filed and a suit by the 
Heartland developers is 
pending. 

Lake County Board 
Chairman, Jim LaBclle, said 
that if there werejo.bc a 
settlement on the Heartland 
issue, it would have to go 
through full and complete 
public hearings in .order to 
bo approved. All interested 
parties would be able to 
submit testimony in favor of 
or opposed to the agreement . 
or at least those areas in- 
volving zoning and landfills. 

"But there is no assurance 
that there is going to be any 
settlement," LaBellc said. 
"We are prepared to litigate 
the case." 

County board members 
Andrea Moore and Donna- 
Mae Litwiler, who made and 
seconded the motion 
strengthening the security of 
executive sessions, agreed 
(hat they would not support 
any settlement that did not 
give ample opportunity for 
thti affected 'public to have 
their say on a proposed 



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settlement. 

Critics point out, however, 
that if the county agrees to a 
settlement, It expressly is 
indicating that it will not 
object to the provisions of 
that settlement. Thus, if the 
county does provide for a 
landfill at Peterson Rd. and 
Rtc. 83 in a proposed set- 
tlement, then the county 
would not object in public 
hearings to that landfill. 
Sources have confirmed that 
Heartland developers have 
said that the landfill is "not 
negotiable." If there is to be 
a settlement, they insist the 
landfill must be approved. 

Since the area in question 
would exist ■ in unin- 
corporated Lake County, if 
the county does not object to 
the landfill, Waste. 
Management would, in all 
likelihood, have smooth 
sailing to getting their way. 

Critics note that it is a nice 
public position for county 
officials to say that they 
oppose in principle the idea 
of a landfill. 

"The real question, 
though, is will they formally 
object to It," one said. "If the 
answer to that is no, then 
there will be a landfill there. 
I don't see how the county 
could object to a proposal 
that it has approved." 

Adding fuel to the fire, 
ARP Landfill which is 
located just north of the 
proposed site for a landfill 
run by Waste Management,, 
published notice on Aug. 20 
of its intent to apply for 
expansion or its landfill. 
ARF, which currently oc- 
cupies approximately 80 
acres, would cover 195 acres 
if the expansion is granted. 
Owners of ARF will apply to 
both the county and to Round 
Lake Park for the expansion. 

The owners of ARF 



declined to comment oh the 
request over the phone, but 
agreed to discuss it with this 
newspaper later this week 
for publication next. 

Several observers 
speculated that this was a 
defensive move on the part 



of ARF. 

Concern that county board 
members will be so tightly 
committed' to any final 
agreement they reach that 
public hearings will merely 
be a formality has fueled 
speculation that the old 



citizen's committee which 
originally fought the project 
may be revived. Composed 
of citizens from throughout 
the area, the committee was 
crucial to educating the 
public about the issues in- 
volved and galvanizing 



public opinion against the 
project. Many feel that 
taking up the banner again is 
the only way to ensure that 
the county either comes up 
with an acceptable 
agreement or litigates the 
case. 




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Depke 'Fits The Profile' For Deputy Clerk: Litwiler 



■ One potential deputy county clerk was con- 
firmed and another possible deputy discoun- 
ted by Donna-Mae Litwiler, Republican 
nominee for Lake County clerk. 

There has been widespread conjecture on 
whom Litwiler will name as her chief 
deputies if elected in November. 

The Ingleside resident, who is concluding a 
four-year term on the county board as a 
representative from Dlst. 4, said that Shawn 
Depke of Warren Twp. "fits the profile" she 
sees for a deputy role.' 

"He is young, has necessary experience 
and is in a position to consider the type of 
salary the county can afford to pay," Lit- 
wiler observed. 

O r Walter Griffin, long-time political ac- 
tivist, Litwiler had this to say : 

"He has a good job with the City of 
Waukegan. Why would he want to take a pay 
cut to work for the county? No, I don't think 
he would be under consideration." 



servers as in line for appointment as top 
aides in the clerk's office. 

Litwiler denied in talking to a Lakeland 
Newspaper reporter that she has "cut a 
deal" on the two deputy jobs. 

Asked about the circumstances surroun- 
ding her decision not to debate Incumbent 
County Clerk Linda Hess, Litwiler declared, 
"She (Hess) must feel threatened." 

"I didn't interpret her letter as a challenge 
to debate. The way I saw it was that she was 
inviting me to talk about the duties of the 
county clerk. If she doesn't know that, then 
I'm not about to help her." 

' Litwiler said she felt that she and Hess will 
be appearing together on a sufficient number 
of public platforms to afford voters an op- 
portunity to size them up. 

Asked by a reporter if she was waffling on 
an earlier assertion that she would debate, 
Litwiler snapped, "Not at all." 



Both Depke, the son of Warren Twp. Sup. Litwiler said that the co-chairpersons of 
Robert Depke, and Griffin, have been men- her campaign committee, Mary Beatty of 
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Congressman Philip M. 
Crane is sponsoring a 
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Dist. on Thursday, Sept. 4, at 
the Arlington Park Hilton. 

The conference will 
present businesses in the 
12th Dist. with a unique op- 
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three crucial business con- 
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the government and 
strategic business planning. 

This special one-day con- 
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businesses may increase the 
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busy attending parly functions, working with 
the GOP team and being involved in 
grassroots events where she can talk' to 
voters one*on*one. 

Litwiler flatly rejected a proposal that she 
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Applications for three hor- 
ticulture scholarships and 
three health career scholar- 
ships are now being ac- 
cepted at the College or Lake 
County's Financial Aid Of- 
fice. 

The Long Grove/Kildeer 
Garden Club will provide 
two $400 scholarships for the 
fall semester to full-time 
freshman horticulture 
majors. These scholarships 
will be awarded based on 



student financial need. The 
application deadline is Sept. 
22. 

A $250 scholarship will be 
awarded by the Woodlands 
Garden Club of Lake Forest 
to a student pursuing a 
degree in horticulture or a 
related field. The student 
should be enrolled in at least 
six credit hours and must 
complete an application by 
Sept. 22. 

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to students who are enrolled 
in a health career program 
and who intend to practice 
their profession in Illinois. 
The application deadline is 
Sept. 5. 

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4vw teachers to local mwlm on Thunictay, Au*. Anlioeh Rntarv has invited 
hools were welcomed to 21; at Sterbtw. Littk- Acos. new teachers' and their 

-H'ers Earn 'Superior 
wards' At State Fair 



The new teachers for the 
coming year a re as follows: 

Antioch Community High 
School: Darrick Ellis, 
Carlene K. Lois, Sharon. M. 
Peterson, Robert J. Staudt, 
and Charles C. Trout. 

Antioch Elementary Dist. 
34: Christine Aschbacher, 
Kathleen Cook, Judith 



Den/.el, Claudia Ifovcy, 
Cynthia Hutchinson, Susan 
Roche, Jeff Smith, Andrea 
Davis, and Cynthia Lind. 

Emmons Elementary 
School: Cynthia Vandrush. 

Grass Lake Elementary 
School: Anthony Pr/.eklasa, 
the new superintendent. 

Millburn Elementary 



School: Lee Smithey. the 
new supehntendant. 

Faith Evangelical 
Lutheran School: Richard 
Baumgarl. 

Teachers Who attended the 
luncheon are pictured in 
groups by school district on 
this page. 



Thirteen Lake County 4- 
I'ers received "Superior 
awards" for their entries at 
the 1986 Illinois State Pair 
junior Show in Springfield 
Hi Aug. 10. 

Superior ratings are awar- 
ded at the discretion of the 
judges to entries they con- 
sider outstanding. Superior 
Award winners were: 
Deborah Fandrei, 

Gray slake, tcrrarium; Julie 
Word, Mundeleln, foods; 
Rebecca L. Fuller, Winthrop 
Harbor, foods; Robert Mat- 
tson, Antioch, computers; 
Slcfanie Kuehn, Lake Villa, 
Ceramics; Kathy Connel, 



Wadsworth, drawing; 
Karlecn Tanimura, Mun- 
delein, clothing; Nadine 
Meyer, Antioch, stitchery; 
Marja-Leena Aaltonen, Gur- 
riee, knitting; Scott Trezise, 
Lindenhurst, photography; 
Bryan Gutraj, Grayslake, 
photography; Allison Lloyd, 
Grayslake, public speaking; 
and Danny Kettwich, Lake 
Villa, woodworking. 

Young people chosen to 
represent their counties at 
the state fair are the "cream 
of the 4-H crop." Lake Coun- 
ty 4-H'ers who participated 
in the exhibit division of the 



1986 Stale Fair Junior Show 
include: 

Jonathan Aolionert and Moijol«enn 
Aallorten, Gurnee; Jonnlno Adomek, Mun. 
deleln;*Joey Chrlulno. Grayiloke; Koihy 
Connell, Wadiworiri; Karl DoM and Krltla 
Oohl. Ingletlde: Rhea Olllrkh. lln- 
denhurtl; Lenny Ini, Gurnee: Andrea Fori, 
drel and Dubor oh fandimi. Groytlake, Jen - 
ny Gllllei, Mupdeleln; Bryan Gulroj, 
Groytlak*; R«ne« Hallwai and Jennifer 
Horrl* Antloth: lourl Harm, MtHenry; 
Chrlj KeliwicK and Donny Kellwkh, loke 
Villa. 

Alio. Jennifer Kotlorowtkl, Round Lake 
Beach. Stelonle Kuehn. Lake Villa: Katie 
LemVe and Milton Uoyd, Grayilake: Jen- 
filler Mann. Ingtetlde; Mike MoiHon and 
Nadme Meyer, Antioch; Tony Salamone 
ond Troty Salomane, Pork City; Heather 
Schramm, Fo« lake; Noncie Stephen*. 
Lake Villa: Aliton Sturdevani, Round Loke: 
Karjeen Tanimura ond Marina Tanimura. 
Mundeleln: Scoll Tretilt. Llndenhurtl; 
Beth Willn. McHenry: and Julie Word. 
Mundelein: 



New Ordinances Will Speed 
Service And Save Lives 



The Antioch Rescue Squad and Fire Dept. 
have successfully gotten two ordinances 
passed by the First Fire Protection Dist. of 
Antioch Twp. and the Village of Antioch that, 
officials say, will improve service and save 
lives. 

The first ordinance will require each oc- 
cupied property in the village and fire 
district to display the address number in a 
location on the property so as to be clearly 
visible under all conditions from the street 
fronting the property. Passed in an effort to 
speed response by all emergency agencies, 
the ordinance further reauires that numbers 



shall be three inches high and be of con- 
trasting color to the background. No script 
numbers shall be used. 

Smoke detectors, which have been proven 
to be a life-saving tool, are now required in 
all residential properties. The requirements 
vary for singte and multi-family dwellings. 
Full information on the requirements can be 
gotten from the Fire Prevention Bureau. 

People who have questions on either or- 
dinance may call the fire department on 
Tuesdays or Thursdays between 9 a.m. and 4 
p.m. at (312) 395-5511. 



Rebekah Lodge Offers Local 




Noble Grand Margaret 
Katoch of Odd Fellows 
Lodge and Lakeside number 
82 Rebekah Lodge an- 
nounced that the Illinois Odd 
Fellows and Rebekahs, one 
of the world's oldest frater- 
nal organizations/dedicated 
to service for the betterment 
of mankind, has a total of 
$10,000 available for scholar- 
ship awards during the 1987- 



88 school year for students 
who are residents of Illinois. 

Scholarships will be awar- 
ded an the basis of financial 
need and scholastic ability. 
Students attending an ac- 
credited college or trade, 
school must have an average 
of a "C" or above. There will 
be three $1,000 scholarships 
plus 14 awards of $500 each. 




The Odd Fellows and 
Rebekahs are an In- 
ternational Fraternal 
Organization with ap- 
proximately 25,000 members 
in Illinois. Projects of the In- 
dependent Order of Odd 
Fellows include a children's 
home and day care' service 
in the Lincoln, Mattoon, and 
Springfield areas, serving 
nearly 400 persons. They 
also own and operate a 120- 
bed skilled-care nursing 
facility in Mattoon, .which 
carries an "A" rating in the 
state. Recreational projects 

include the Odd Fellow Lake 
and Campground, five miles 
north of Clay City. 



Emmons School District 

New teacher Cynthia Vandrush (left) meets with Supt. 
Jill Ballock and Rotary scholarship committee member 
John Wolf at the luncheon for new Antioch area 

teachers. 




he Long and Short 

ntioch area schools will see two new superin- 
ndents this year. Appearing at the Rotary Clubs 
>w teachers' luncheon were, from left: Rotary 
esident Dick Paddock; Supt. Anthony Przeklasa of 
rass Lake. School; Supt. Lee Smithey of Millburn 
hool; and Rotary scholarship committee member 
dAxton. 

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The, Odd Fellows and 
Rebekahs also participate in 
numerous local community 
programs, which include the 
Independent Order of Odd 
Fellows World Eye Bank and 
Visual Research Foun- 
dation, Educational Foun- 
dation, United Nations 
Pilgrimage for Youth, World 
Hunger and Disaster Relief 
Fund, the Tournament of 
Roses Parade each New 
Year's Day and have recen- 
tly endorsed the National Ar- 
thritis Foundation as a new 

project. 
Students interested in 

more information or a 
- scholarship application form 



may write Robert A. Wick, 
Grand Secretary, Grand 
Lodge of Illinois In- 
dependent Order of Odd 
Fellows, 305 N. Kickapoo St., 
P.O. Box 248, Lincoln, 
Illinois, 62656. 
Requests for applications 



must be received by the 
scholarship committee no 
later than Dec. 1, 1986. Ap- 
plications will be mailed to 
students by Jan. 1, 1987. 

Applications must be fully 
completed and returned to 
the Grand Lodge office 
before March 1, 1987. 



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Oakland Grade School 

New teachers at Oakland Grade School, with prin- 
cipal Walter Soderman, are, from left; Chris Asch- 
bacher and Cindy Hutchinson. 



Ant loch Upper Grade School 

New teachers at Antioch Upper Grade 'School, 
gathered with their principal, include, from left: Jeff 
Smith; Bill Herbst, principal; Kathy Cook; and Cindy ; 
Lind. 



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Spirgel Fights Uphill Battle For Election 



by CHARLES JOHNSTON 

If Jane Spirgel, on the New 
Solidarity Party slate with 
Adlai Stevenson III as its 
candidate for Secretary of 
State, is fighting a quixotic 
battle to win election, she 
doesn't seem to know it. 

"It's simple to vote 
straight Democratic," she 
said, "just strike one for the 
straight Democratic ticket; 
strike two for Adlai Steven- 
son; strike three for Jane 
Spirgel; and strike out 
Thompson and the 
LaRouchies." 

Admitting that this elec- 
tion will be an uphill battle, 
Spirgel noted that she is no 
stranger to uphill battles. 
She is the only Democratic 
county board member in 
DuPage County and has won 
election to that post three 
consecutive times. ' 

"If this campaign is fought 
on the issues, we'll win," she 
predicted. 

Spirgel said that one of the 
major issues is the level of 
professionalism with which 
the Secretary of State's of- 
fice is run. 

"The Secretary of State's 
office is not a high-level 
policy making position; it is 
an administrative position," 
she said, "and I have some 
abilities in public ad- 
ministration." 

Indeed, she does. Spirgel is 
the program coordinator for 
the Master of Arts in Public 
Administration program at 
Northern Illinois University 
inDeKalb. 

She criticized incumbent 
Secretary of State, Jim 
Edgar, for poor 
management of personnel 
and for poor administration 
of programs that have come 
out of his office. She said 
Edgar's well-publicized 
suspension without pay of 
employees who would not 
wear organ donor buttons 
was an example of poor 
management. 

"It was a violation . of 
freedom of speech. He had to 
backtrack on it because it 
was such a poor decision," 
she said. 



"The 
program 



organ donor 
is not being 
promoted well enough. In 
Arizona, you are asked to 
check yes or no (in the organ 
donor box) before your 
driver's license is processed. 
That simple step would im- 
mediately increase par- 
ticipation in the program in 
thisstate." 

Spirgel believes a more ef- 
fective approach for the of- 
fice would be to combine 
education with the current 
punitive methods of dealing 
with problems. She said 
education against driving 
drunk should start in 
driver's education classes in 
high school. Although a firm 
believer in getting drunks off 
the road, Spirgel said that 
the program is a mess right 
now. 

"They've got it back- 
wards," she said. "If you are 
arrested for drunk driving, 
your license is suspended. ■ 
You appeal to the court for a 
judicial driving permit to get 
to work and back. Then the 
Secretary of State's office 
reviews it and can reverse 
the court's decision. It 
should be the other way 
around. 

"The system is duplicative 
and costly. Circuit Court 
clerks around the state are 
being inundated with paper- 
work because of the inef- 
ficiency of the system. 

"Because of the reversal 
of the role of the Secretary of 
State's office and the judicial 
system in this program, a lot 
of drunk driver's could 
ultimately get off if there 
was a ruling that this is an 
unconstitutional way to han- 
dle the program." 

Spirgel also said that the 
Secretary of State's office is 
arbitrary and insensitive in 
reviewing judicial driving 
permits. She cited the case 
of a woman who asked that 
she be allowed to drop her 
children off to a babysitter 
before and after work. The 
Secretary of State's office 
denied the request. 

"How is the woman sup- 
posed to work if she can't get 



state publications, income 
tax forms, and senior 
citizens* circuit breaker for- 
ms could be made available 
at the facilities. 

Rather than a disaster, 
Spirgel thinks that Adlai 
Stevenson's response to the 



problems in this campaign 
has demonstrated his 
courage, resiliency, and his 
grace under pressure to 
voters. She thinks they can 
win because of the Illinois 
tradition of split-ticket 
voting. 



Spirgel believes that her 12 
years in local government 
will give her a bottom up ap- 
proach to the Secretary of 
State's office. 

; "At the local level," she 
said, " you understand that 
the purpose of elected of- 
ficials is to serve people." 



her children to a babysitter? 
This was a bad, insensitive 
decision," she said. 

Administration is not the 
only area where Spirgel sees 
problems, though. She ac- 
cused the Republican leader- 
ship of being fiscally 
irresponsible and wasteful. 

"I am going to cut the 
waste, fat, and favoritism 
out of the budget," she said. 
"When Stevenson was 
treasurer, he cut that of- 
fice's budget by 20 percent. 

"Governor Thompson is 
irresponsible. He has made a 
foolhardy over-estimation of 
state revenues. The 
obligations he has made to 
Chicago will be paid for 
largely out of the suburban A||<| fl^y >© Off! 

Spirgel said the state could Armed with tire pumps, water bottles, bike helmets and racing caps, an ad- 
save a lot of money by ventur ous group of Lake County residents head into the wind as they start iheir 20 
making more effective use of fQ 5Q. mi | e trek ln a bike-a-thon sponsored by the Lake County Cooperative Ex- 
drivers license facilities^ . Service. Mundelein resident Matthew, Rehm, IB, took first place in the 
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MemoTiams 



IN LOVING memory of 
Audrvoy* Duttault, who patted 
away August 29, 1983. Your 
gonllo face and '-patient tmtlo 
with ladnott wo recall, you hod 
o kindly word for eoch ond died 
beloved by atl. You are not 
forgotten, dear one, nor will 
you ever be, at long ot life and 
memory lott we will remember 
thee. We mitt you now, our 
heart* are tore at timet goet by 
we mitt you more. Your living 
tmile, your gentle foce, no one 
can till your vocant ptoce. Sodly 
mltted by your friends , Hot Dog 
John and Art, of Wisconsin. 
TKU35.7 



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(Formerly Murrie & Behrn Realtors) 

352 Center St. — Grays lake, IL 

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Lake rights to the chain are included with these 2 
bedroom, 1.5 homes. Rooms are targe and airy, with 
an open staircase leading to bedrooms and full bath. 
Kitchen has a breakfast bar for informal meals, also 
utility room and central air. $62,500. 

RICHMOND RANCH 

Aluminum sided 3 bedroom, 1 .5 both in town home 
only needs your furniture to make it home.. A 
beautiful yard cyclone fenced to keep kids and pets 
safe. This house Is walking distance to stores, schools 
and church. A real pleasure to live in for $64,000. 

COUNTRY LIVING 

This spacious 2 bedroom house has a large eat- In kit- 
chen with built in range and oven and lots f cabinets 
Superstze living room is great for entertaining or [ust 
relaxing. Plenty of closets in bedrooms. There's a 
breezeway between house and garage for outdoor 
enjoyment. All set on a acre of land for $81 ,000. 

NORTHERN CHALET 

Brand, new 2 bedroom, 2 bath home on the river is 
waiting for you. Cathedral ceilings and log burning 
fireplace in the living room, plus a large 24x20 deck 
overlooking the water. Central air and celling fans. for 
indoor comfort. Call today to see this lovely home for 
$93,000. 

HOME AND BUSINESS t 

A great combination of lifestyle and pleasure Is yours 
with this 8 room, 3 bedroom home on approx. 10 acres 
with . a barn and gift shop. Beautiful landscaped 
grounds all located on well traveled road. If your 
thinking about making the big move, call us and let us 
show you all the possibilities this choice property has 
to ojffer. $199,000. 

GOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Vacant- V* acre lots In new subdivision In Johnsburg. 
Excellent area with lovely homes for $19,000. 



ILLINOIS 8 WISCONSIN 

(312)3934600 

REALTY 959 MAIN ST. ANTIOCH, IL 




COZY TWO bodroorn 
home, Twin Lakes, 
Wisconsin, gas heat, lake 
rights. 

(414)537-2869 

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One bedroom, Round lake ipirtmeirt. 
cupeled, a' condition, cable. Ml 
utilities eicepl etatuc. UK per 
month. Mo dofi H«« be »iin pewit 
f mptorer It letd a monllii 

(312)546-5151 

6 p.m. lo 9 p.m. 



UNO A JO*, or fill a job 
with Lakeland Classified. 



HIDDEN GLEN 

Townhome in Fox Lake 
Two bedroom, ■ den, 
balcony. patio, 1 'A 
baths. Fully carpeted, all 
appliances including 

washer-dryer, 
dishwasher, garbage 
disposal. Central air, 
swimming pool, tennis 
court and optional Cable 
TV. • 

$525 Per Month 

(312) 587-0030 




THE BEST IN COUNTRY LIVING 

lngl#»1d«-0ray»lak»-ftlehmorid location 

Spacious one and two bedroom apartments available for 
immediate occupancy. Wall to wall carpeting, color 
coordinated appliances, laundry and storage facilities. 
Small pets welcome in selected apartments. Chain 0' 
Lakes nearby. 

Three Locations From $349. Call Today For More Details: 

(312) 587-9277 

Summer Office Hours: 

Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 8 a.m. -6 p.m. 
• Tuesday-Thursday, 9 a.m. -7 p.m. 
Saturday 10 a.m. -5 p.m., Sunday 12 noon-4 p.m. 

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Covering the Rapidly 

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New, luxury 1 and 2 
Bedroom apartments. 
Dining Room, air condi- 
tioning, appliances, wall 
to wall carpeting, laun- 
dry facilities, Balcony 
or Patio. Located in 
private country setting. 
Walk to town and com- 
muter train, Route 120, 
1 mile west of Route 83, 
Available now rental 
units from $435. 

Call for appointment 

EULIK lUMEKIT 

(312) 680-7700 



POLE BUIL0IR6S 

Horse Barns, 
Riding Arenas, 
Storage & Com- 
mercial Buildings 
and Fencing. 

15 Years Experience 
Call Fred Doane at 

(414)728-9006 



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STORAGE SPACE suitable 
for boat, motor home, 
camper or car at my home 
near Union Grove, Wis. 
Steel building. 

(414)878-3304 
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WANTED RELIABLE 

mature individual, to 
babysit our two children in 
our home. Monday 
through Friday. 7:15 a.m. 
to4;00p.m. 

(312)546-3165 

14-35-31 — 

■ ABYSITTER WANTED 
.Wilmot area, to watch my 
5 year old girl, in my home 
or yours after kin- 
dergorlen(l 1:00a.m.). You 
pick up or meet bus. Until 6 
p.m. Monday, Wednesday, 
Thursday, Friday. 

(414)862-2031 ' 

14-35-33 

RESPONSIBLE HIGH 
school student needed to 
babysit after school and 
evenings in my Woucondo 
home. 

(312)526-9310 

14-36-53 

LOOKING POR respon- 
sible woman to babysit my 
4 year old girl in your 
home, Monday-Friday. 7 
a.m. -4:45 p.m. In 
Gray slake Area. 

(312)223-4261 
after 5 p.m. 

14-35-19 



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lOVIHO MOM will 
babysit in her Island Lake 
home. 

(312)526-8865 

15-35-45 

WILL DO babysitting in my 
home, Wilson Rd. and Rt. 
- 59, Gavin School district.' 

(312)587-9287 

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NEED A babysitter? 
Available when you need 
one. 

(312)526-9468 

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HOMEMAKERS! 

Earn Eitlro Monty 

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Jan (312)5464099 
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It's nice and cool here! ICU/CCU 
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Personnel. Si Luke's Memwul 
Hosmui. S 711 Cowley. Spokine. WA 
99210 

(309)838-7275 

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Part-time Help for 

Rental Office 

Afternoons 

E-Z Storage 

(312)546-9300 
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We are currently hiring for 
our Oeli/Calos located In 
oltice buildings. No ex- 
perience necossary, but 
applicant! should enjoy 
working with the public. 
For more information, call/ 
. LtMCOlMtMHW;. 
(312)9453950— Dwffbie 
DEiBFIBID 
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NORTHMOOK 
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DRIVERS NEEDED: 

Schneider Transports 
Special Divisions now 
hiring experienced road 
drivers. Home most 
weekends. . Equal Op- 
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CASHIERS 

SHORT ORDER 

COOK 

and 

STARTERS 

Extra f rlngo bonofits 

Apply At: 

Pin* Mbbbow Golf 

Course 

Mundeleln, til. 

(312)5664653 



BUS 

SECURITY/ 
DRIVER 

Grayslake 
Community 
High School 

Grayslake 
(312) 223-8621 



SEASONAL 

FULLTIME 

PARK GROUNDS 

PEOPLE NEEDED 

Immediate Employment 
10 years or older 
$4.00 Per Hour 

w Apply In Person 

Round Lake Area 
Park District 

916 W. Rollins Rd. 
Round loke Heights, II. 

«iuol opportunity employer 




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Alio toll ing application* for 

PUTRMRT 

Appty In Pmrton 



SS5S W. Grand Ave. 



(Next to Great America) 



ATTENTION 

ALL 

TEMPORARIES! 

We have. 'Immediate job 
opening* fan, the following: 

•Word; Processing 

Operators 

•Secretaries 

•Typists 

•Clerks 

•Data Entry Operators 

•Switchboard Operators 

•factory • 

Short term and long term 
assignments ovoiloble. 
Ask about aur benefits and 
bonus program including 
the new 

KELLY SERVICES 
TRAVEL CLUB 

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"WAITERS 
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"TRAINEES 

Afternoons or Evenings 
GLENVIEW AREA 

Excellent pay, benefits, 

free meals, uniforms. 

Friendly atmosphere) 

SludenH, Housewives, etc. 

welcome! Apply in person 

or call 

(312)729-1200 

HORTHSHORE 

COUNTRY CLUB 

1340GI«nview Rd. 
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STUDENTS! Part Time 

Schedule 1st, 2nd or 3rd shifts to suit your study needs! 
Work 25-30 hours a week. Will train. Must bo 18. 

We ore a leading culling tool manufacturer with im- 
mediate openings. Hours ore flexible but we require a 
minimum' ol 5 hoijfro day. Wo offer a competitive star* 
ting wage and clean pleasant working environment. App- 
ly in person; 

ONSRUD CUTTER MFG. CO. 

800 E. Liberty Drive, hbtrtyville 
(6 ;bl: E. oiRie. 21\ 2 bl. N.'ol Rte. 176) 

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(312)949-5660 

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* CUITOOIAN 
(312)689-4446 


CLEAN UP MAN 




JANITORIAL/ 
MAINTENANCE 


Day v Person 






BARTENDER 




Part Time 
Camp Hastings 


Female or Male 




YAACA 


(312)526-7174 
(312)526-0623 




(312)356-7567 


PRESS BRAKE 
OPERATOR 




FACTORY 


Exparlancad 




General Shop 


Must be able to make 
setup and complete 
machine adjustment. 18 




Good Starting Salary And 




Benefits 


gauge through 10 gougo 
steel. 1 si. shift 6:30-3.00 








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Greet Company Benefits 




Vjckie Jensen 


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Boor Co. 
(312)296-8811 




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MANAGER 




Immediate 


TRAINEE 




Positions 


If you qualify, you will 




* OFFICE HELP 


receive $300 per week 
while In school and 




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(312)680-8440 


SALES 
POSITION 


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Experienced, ag- 
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motivated 
selfstarter, to sell 




" Sculptured 


light fixtures and 




Nails and Pedicures. 


accessories in our 






showroom plus out- 
side sales, by call- 


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Must be available to work 


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builders. Salary 




Evenings and Saturdays. 


plus commission, 
and group 




Apply in Person at: 


insurance. 

Apply: 




MS DESIGNERS 


Warren Electric 

. 33261 N. Hwy. 45 




316 North Lake Avenue 


Wlldwood, II. 

(312)223-8691 




Twin Lakes, Wisconsin 


Kldi Back In School? 


You may want to consider Retail Sales. 


•Full-Time flexible hours 


•Weekends or Weekdays 


•Riding Experience Helpful 


Apply In Person 


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EDITORIAL ASSISTANT 

Persons who are good typists arid have 
an interest in participating in the 
editing and preparation off a newspaper 
without the , benefit off formal jour- 
nal i*o* ...training) or experience .will be 
interested in the challenge of a newly- 
created position in the Lakeland 
Newspaper newsroom-editorial assis- 
tant. This person must have knowledge 
off grammar and spelling besides being 
an above average typist'. We will train 
you in newspaper style and give you an 
opportunity to develop a writing style. 
This is a part-time position which could 
lead to full-time. Flexible hours are 
available. Interested persons should 

"^ Lakeland 

Newspapers 
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HOUSE HUNTING? Find 
usf fho homo you're 
ooMng for In Lakeland 

Newspapers' Classified. 

A GOLDIf" opportunity. 

■Join Frlondly Home Toy 

Parties. The loader for 31 

years. Oponlngs for 

Managers and Dealers. We 

hove the largesl and best 

line in parly plan. No cash 

investment, no delivering 

or collecting. Earn big 

money plus bonuses and 

travel incentives. Call now 

fall froe to Carol Day. 

1.(800)227-1510 

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loiters. Free . Supplies] 
Postage I Write; SST, 1123 
South Broad St., Box 204 • 
LN5.Phlla.PA 19147 
17-35-1 07— 

EAST ASSEMBlY work! 
S714 per 100.' Guaranteed 
poyme \ No solos. 
Details. Send stampod 
envelope: Elan -6627 34 IB 
Enterprise, Fl. Pierce, FL 
33482 

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EXPERIENCED 

'Full and Port Time Bus Person 

*WoitreHesl 

'Dishwashers 

'Port Time Bartenders 

IME'SSlEUMISi 

['Vmil.N.ofRft. 173 on U.S. 13) 
Richmond. IIKnoli 

(115) 678-2171 



EXPERIENCED 

TELEMARKETING 
REPRESENTATIVES 

needed 

Entry fovel computer 
helpful, call 

JCm/VltT0ITtMfOIAIT 

siivias. 

WAUKEGAN: 
(3121336-0164 
' LIBERTY Vlitf : 
(312)367-3310 



EXPERIENCED 
CHEFS 

and 
COOKS 

For New Restaurant 
Send Resume to 

INK'S STEMBttSE 

P.O. Box L . 
Richmond, II 60071 
or Call 

(815) 678-2671 

Ask for Mr. Shannon 



CIRCULATION 

Dependable youth with 
good driving record for 
after school and Satur- 
day deliveries* for 
Lakeland Newspapers. 
Neod responsible, 
mature youth who can 
function independent- 
ly. Opportunity circula- 
tion system. 

BUI Schroeder Sr„, 
(312)223.8161 



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DENTAL 
ASSISTANT 

Progressive Orthodontic 
office, seeking responsi- 
ble energetic individual 
to fill existing part time 
position with potential 
for full time, we provide 
pleasant working condi- 
tions and benefits, ex- 
perience preferred but 
not necessary. 
For interview 

- Calf: 

(312)336-3366 



TOP PAY 

+SI50BONUS 



STAFFING 
OUR NEW OFFICE 
NEED48PE0FLE 

Temporaryopenings cloi« 

.to home for experienced: 

GENERAL OFFICE 

SECRETARIES 

WORD PRO0ESSERS 

SWITCHBOARD OPRS. 

TYPISTS CRT 

CLERKS CUSTOMER 

SERVICE 

(312)459-1333 



RIGHT 
TEMPORARIES 



FACTORY HELP 
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY 

* Richmond and Spring Grove Area* 

* Fin t--S4Kond -Third Shlfti. 

* Will Train Men and Women 
*f4-$5 Per Hour. 

* Short and long Tarm Assignments 
Available. 

Call for Immmdiatm appointment. 

I.E. SCltUURMM TEMPORARIES 

• >'65t Terra Cotla Avenue 
' Crystal loke, Illinois 

(•IS) 439-TEMP 



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* Bartenders 
* Kitchen Help 

* Disc Jockey 

Apply IN Person 3 p.m.-8 p.m. 

Wednesday through Saturday 

130 Eagle Point Road 

Fox Lake, Illinois 

(312)587-6020 



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A LAKUAND News- 
paper"* Classified od con 
jujlp yoo turn unwanted 
Hams into cosh. To soil 
olmosl anything, lust coll 
o0 rollico nearest you. 

NEED IXT»A money? 
Friendly Home Toy Parties 
Hos. immediate openings 
f or 'Managers and Demon- 
strators in this area. It's . 
cosy, fun and profitable. 
We have over 700 exciting 
toys and gifts featuring tho 
new animated talking doll 
"Cricket** which will bo ad- 
vertised on notional T.V. 
No cash investment, no 
collecting, no delivering 
and no service charge. All 
you need is a desire to 
mako money, have fun and 
a few hours of spare time. 
No experience necessary. 
1.(800)227-1510 
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paper's Classified ad can 
help you turn unwanted 
items into cosh. To sell 
almost anything, just call 
our office nearest you. 
(312)223-8161 



WANTO 

mmomrmm 

to work from your 
home. Day and Evening 
hours available. 

CALL MIKE: 

(313)367.91*3 



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TRUCK 
MECHANIC 

All around man needed. 
Requirements: At least 5 
wears eMperience with 
•AACK and CUMMINS. 
Muil have own toots. 
Good pay and benefits. 
For further Information 
call: 

John 

(312) I2S-3905 



PART TIME 

GROUNDS 

WORK 

Help needed through 
November. 

Also apply now for 

SNOW SHOVELING 

(Winter months) Slort* at IS 
p#r hour. 

Apply in person 

Vacation Village 

Stefe Ptjrh 
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Part-Time 

TELLER 



Experienced or Will Train 

» Hour* Per Week. Most Be Able To Work Flexible Hour* 
Contact Personnel Dept. 

(312) 223-3500 

GRAYSLAKE 
NATIONAL BANK 




33 S. Whitney. Groysloke. Illinois 



MINI-SHOP 
INSTRUCTOR 

Allendale, a residential treatment 
center, is seeking part-time instruc- 
tors to teach shop in small engine 
repair. Position requires working 
directly with behavioral ly disorderd 
adolescents approximately two 
evenings / week. Applicant should 
be motivated and possess "hands 
on" ability. 

Salary $6.00-$l 0.00 Per Hour 
Contact Don Portzen 

(312)356-2351, Extension 75 



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HELP WANTED 

Now Hiring 
Full-Time 

Part-Time 

Day and Evening hourt avalMI* for 



Jewelry 

Cashier 

Applications Taken 

Thursday. Augusta* 

• Friday, August 29 

Saturday , August 90 

9:30 a.m. to? :30 p.m 



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MODERN 
SALON 

Needs styliftl and itwmpoo 
gtrl. Experience preferred. 
Educational benefit*. . 

(312) 223-0040 

Ask For Tomio 



sussmuiE 

MECMO 

K12Salory$44PerDay 
Contact 

Bob Googti, Principal 
Johnsburg High School 

CIS) 305-0233 



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Has openings in several 
Departments * now 
through October 3rd. 

*Dining Room 

* Kitchen 

* Front Desk 

* Janitors 

Call Personnel 

(414) 219-5211 



f WANTED 






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Must be able to use 
Industrial Machines 



(414) 24M244 
| Call for Appointment 




TEACHERS 
PLEASE READ 

Our Lake Zurich child 
core center seeks 
qualified professional 
teachers to head our 
early childhood 

clossrooms. Mony 

benefits and advance- 
ment opportunities 
available.' 

Coll: 

Kathy 

(312) 4313435 



BUS 



Daily Runs 
GRAYSLAKE 
COMMUNITY 
HIGH SCHOOL 
(312)2234621 



has immediate opening in 

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I Restaurant 

I HOST HOSTESS 

Full TH 



FulMkm position 
araUoMocall 



(312)2248481 



ho** / ho*tess / supervisor 
lor full service restaurant 
in central Lake County. Ex* 
perience a plus. Benefits 
include dental. 

Apply in person 

| The Lambs, Inc. 

Administration Office 

Junction 1-94 SRI. 176 

Libertyville, III. 



BOOKKEEPER 

Career opportunity tor person familiar with 
manual bookkeeping system to join our four 
person accounting department. Will have 
varied duties in Payroll, Accounts Receivable 
and payable. Bonk Deposits, and Statements 
and Sales Journals. Must oe experienced in 
these areas. Background in processing group 
insurance claims helpful. 

Excellent company paid benefits and profit 
sharing pension plan. Send resume or call for 
interview. 

(312)546-8225 

THE GRIEVE CORPORATION 

500 HART ROAD 

ROUND LAKE, ILLINOIS 60073 




Kids back to school?? 
Then its time for you to go 

BMKnmnmiiEiFFKE 

The offices of the future are here now- 
complete with word processors, com- 
puters, electronic typewriters, and more. 

If it's been a while since yoo lost worked in 
on office you'll be glad to know that MAN- 
POWER trains qualified applicants on the 
equipment and software most used in Lake 
County now. IBM-PC. WANG. NM. DEC. 
System 36. LOTUS 1 .2,3. and many others. 
Being a MANPOWER office worker allows 
you the freedom to work 12 months a year 
or just those times that best fit your 
schedule. 

With good wages, benefits, continued 
cross training and interesting 
assignments, it is worth your while to con- 
sider the advantages of becoming a MAN- 
POWER office employee. 

CALL NOW 

piflOMMI (»2)MM1f» 

Mundelein 




AND HELPERS 

Roofing 
•cib workers 
lively. 
Caff for m pp otntment 

(312) 526-5500 



Contractor 

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AMtf (smpoufi oi tesulw health m- 
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MStf*tlaM112)lM-2111 

About short-leim or icful* hospital 
surfical insurance. 



ItADESHOW 
SAUSCOOttWNMOt 

Mothrated, people oriented in- 
dividual with sales experience, 
excellent communication, 
orpnLrational skills, ability to 
accept responsibility. 
Kncwtedfe elediontcs or trade 
show management a plus. 
Duties: Booth sates, billing. 
preparing exhibition materials, 
exhibit setup. Some travel. Send 
resume and salary requirements 
to: 

World Wot Cuwmilion Monogemenl 

P.O.fan 1*9. liKf+ftm*. It. 60W8 



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LIE PERSONMEL 

* f or Now fooo rVoccsdni 
Finn In WtucoMW 

•lShHfeAnittto 

*WI for Mors 

IflTOflMlrOfl 

(312)526-2010 



NUlieflW Weekly 

Clipping Coupons 
At Home. We Moil 
Checks Each Friday. 
Now Hiring. Im- 
mediate Openings. 

CAUS REFUNDABLE 

(3K)372-28K r Ei1.P 

9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 



MAINTENANCE 
PERSON 

Experienced in maintain-. 
Ing metal working 
machinery and equipment, 
including Arc Welders and 
Spot Welders, alio general 
building maintenance. 

Proof Co wpe n y ■ o no fl t i 

JiM t ti Firt Prtef 
■mtC*. 

(312)296-8811 



Medical 

DIRECT CARE 
ASSISTANTS 

Ta guide mentally disabled 
adults in daily living skills. 
Saturday and Sunday, 7 
a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday 3 
p.m. toll p.m. 

Apply in person 

[The Lambs, Inc. 

Junction 1-94 & Rt. 176 
Libertyville, Illinois 



PART TIME 

SHIPPING 

AND LIGHT ASSEMBLY. 

Experience helpful 
but not necessary. 

Apply in person 

MILLER SALES 

1111 N. Old tandftaod 
Waucondo. HHnoU 

(312) 526-9200 



TEACHERS AIDES 

To work wifh teachers in special educa 
lion classrooms, in the following 
schools: Hawthorn, Stevenson H.S., 
Barrington H.S., Barrington Middle 
School, Avon School, , Big Hollow 
School, and Oakland School, Liber- 
tyville H.S. Beginning salary $4.50 per 
hour. 

To Apply Call: 
(312)623-0021 

Between 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. 

Special Education District 
off Lake County 

Equal opportunity amplayer M/F 



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PART TIME 
OFFICE HELP 

Clerical Responsibilities 

Good Phono Skills 

Apply in person 

7A.M.-12A.M. 

Chicago Tribune lenrtco 

560 B. Main Street 

Lake Zurich, Illinois 



BUS 



Needed for our 
Grayslake Elementary 
School Dist. No. 46 

Contact 
Jim Miller 

(312)2234223 



MAINTENANCE 
DEPARTMENT 

The Village of Round 
Lake Heights is ac- 
cepting applications 
for the Maintenance 
Department full and 
part time. 

Apply At: 

Village Hall 

629 Pontiac Ct; 

9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. 

Monday through Friday 



I Data Procvning 

KEYPUNCH 
OPERATOR 

immeduit lull time position 
mutable on out oj) shirt it our 
Mundelein oflice lor i Kqpirncli 
pewit* (not data enln) with at least 
one je« L-rpu«h eipeiience Key 2- 
disk. «oilun[ wiili data sets o on the 
I29.3H1.m3M7. 

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eicelltflt twnpani benelits includini I 
1 tile and medical insurance. Appij m I 
\ person « send icsume to Data Pitt I 
\ cessint Depntcnent, 1 

MACUAH FOGG. 1 

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1000 ALLANSON «D ., 
MUNOUE1N. ILL. &O060 

Hi In** 0pn3rt«»rf| [Rp^fR a'!.'! 

MACLEAN FOGG 



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We've grown phenomenally and we're still growing. We have^ j 
current openings in our stoi^e, and need experienced, 
capable, quick-thinking people. High energy and flex- 
ibility are musts, as well as retail experience. 

\, 'ASSISTANT MANAGERS-Must have previous retail super- 
visory experience (1-2 years) . 

L •FULL/PART-TIHE SALES-previous sales experience 
desired. 

\f •CASHIERS-Previous experience necessary.. 

•STOCK* - 

FOR STORES LOCATED IN: 

•W00DFIELD MALL • N0RTHBR00K COURT 

Competitive benefits package, career growth potential. 
An equal opportunity employer. 

INTERVIEWS BEING HELD: 

August 25-29, 10 a.m. -5 p.m. ' '™ 

Banana Republic 
Woodf ield Mall-Schaumburg 



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BRING US 
YOUR SKILLS 

Our growing group of Illinois and Wisconsin 
Newspapers hss several opportunities open 
now in a fast-paced, exciting field. 



Typesetter 

We ae looking lor a person to learn Ihe art of computerized typesetting. If 
you can type, or have word processing skills, ire will train you. You'll be 
setting type for our news and advertising columns, while sharpening your 
ability on a variety of stateof-lhe-art typesetting equipment. This is a full 
time position, and we offer a full range of company benefits. If you're in- 
terested in a fast paced, but interesting position... 

Contact Will Lonergon 

Production Manager 



Advertising Receptionist 

Kd'ie looking for a mature person to take over the position of advertising 
leceptiontst in our central office. You'll handle a variety of clerical duties 
besides processing in-person and telephone classified ad orders. Ap- 
plicants must be able to type and be comfortable with telephone sales. 
This rs a lull time position with full benefits, including vacation and 
hospitalisation. II you enjoy working with people, like variety and seek a 
congenial team environment, see us now! Applications are being accepted 
at 

30 S. Whitney St. 
Gray stake, II. 



Wanted 

Retired or semi-retired gewtleman in good hearth needed for some light 
jawitorial duties. Basic maintenance with some light lifting required, no 
experience needed, just a desire to do a good job. IS to 20 hours per 
week, can be flexible to Tit your schedule. For interview appointment 
please call 

Contact BUI Schroeder Jr. 



To investigate any of these opportunities con- 
tact the individual listed, or call us today. 

Lakeland 

Newspapers 
(312)223-8161 

30 S. Whitney, P.O. Box 268 

Gray slake, IL 



TUTOR 



For ESL lessons 

3 evenings per week 
in your home near 
Gur nee . Send 
Resume: 

P.O.Box 8292 

Northfield, Illinois 
60093 






JANITOR 

Full Time 

Flexible Hours 

Apply in person 

The Lambs, Inc. 

Junction I-94 & Rt.176 
libertyville, Illinois 



WIRERS, SOLDERERS, 

MECHANICAL ASSEMBLERS 

f .0. ASSEMBLERS 

M. TOUCH UP AND SOLDERERS 

Full Time Day Shift 

Excellent opportunity with progressive medical 
and contract assembly electronic manufacturer. 
We are accepting and reviewing applications for 
the above positions. For QUALIFIED individuals 
only. 

* Paid holidays * Participation health 

* Paid vacations insurance with full 

* Paid Life Insurance maternity benefits 

Apply in Person 

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Hereon Electronics Labs. Inc.. 

393 Hollow Hill Read 

(North of interaction o* Old land id. and Bonnwr) 

Waucenea. II. 

Equal Opportunity Employer 



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For 

HOMI ASUMStV WOMC 

For info call; 

(504)640-1700 
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NEED EXTRA $$$ 

Setl toys »Md CittX il Home f*rtiei 
Wide rmfi or Htm far ewrjwe. 
Commmwn to JOV No 
Imestmefftfto Dehierini or Colfec- 
tine. Cw mm) Pkone neonurf. 
JUftWCAN MOwH tor MVTirJ 

(312)623-8336 



LPN 

Full Time 

10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. 
In progressive, skill- 
ed/intermediate health 
care facility. Located in 
Long Grove. Excellent 
benefits. Competitive 
salary. For Information 
please call: 

(312)438-8275 

Monday through fridoy 
Betwwn 9.00 A.M. and 4.-O0P.IW. 



CERTIFIED 

NURSING 

ASSISTANTS 

We ore seeking a full time, 
dynamic professional. 
Duties Include primary 
care and rehabilitative 
nursing. II you feel that 
you con moke a difference 
in our resident's lifestyle 
by your core. Contact: 

LibertyYllle Manor 

610 Peterson Rd. 
Libertyville. IL. 

(312) 3874100 



WANTED 

Retired or »etn|.rellred 

gentleman In good health 
needed lor some light janitorial 
dVfiei, Work motnlenante with 
some light lifting required. No 
experience needed, full a 



aetlrerodoagood|ob. IS to 30 
hours per week, con be flexible 
to fit your schedule. For infer- 
view appointment, please coll 

Bill Schroeder Jr. 
Lakeland Newspapers 
(312) 2234161 



SALES 

I'll supply the leads, 
you supply; ambition, 
energy and a desire to 
succeed. I'll train you 
with pay. If you're not 
satisfied making less 
than $1 ,000 per week, I 
want you. Cor 

necessary. 

weTte Hewrel lee) HMel I 

Marie A. Contsr 

(JIT) MMm (tit. II) 



Physical and Occupational 
Therapists-Pediatrics 

Three full/part-time positions available In 0-3 and 
public school setting in Lake County, II., caseload may 
include a combination of site based/itinerary. 
Diagnostic services to children ages 0-21, Inter- 
disciplinary clinics for children oges 0-5, Pediatrics ex- 
perience and/or NDT certified desired. Strong team 
approach utilized. 

Contact: Cathy Breski 

Lake-McHenry Regional Program 

394 Peterson Rd. Libertyville, II. 60048 

(312) 367-4300 



Help Wanted 
PART THE IECOTMIST/SEC*ETA1T 

for modern, progressive, dental practice. 
Previous dental experience helpful but not 
necessary. Willing to train that certain in- 
dividual. Applicants must be organized, 
hard working and dependable. Interested 
persons should contact: 

H.M. Kaske D.D.S. 
Twin Lakes, Wise. 

(414)877-2161 



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Does Your Temporary Employer Offer: 

Paid Holidays? 

Paid Vocations? 

Comprehensive Major Medical Benefit Program? 

Group Life Insurance? 

Referral Bonuses? 

Recognition For Good Performance? 

We Offer All Of The Above And More To Our Nurses 

Call Today 

(312) 623*6880 (312) 949-4 100 

Gurnee Mundelein 

MAteKWERO.HEALTH CARE 

equal opportunity employer m/l 



EDITORIAL STRINGERS 

Editorial stringers are needed to 
cover the Lakeland area. AAust 
have journalism degree or prior 
newspaper writing experience. 
Work includes covering 

municipalities as well as other 
news events. Must be able to work 
evenings. For more information: 

Contact Milco Pramshafer 
Asst. Managing Editor 

Lakeland 

Newspapers 

80S. Whitney 
Oreym+eke, II. 







PHARMACIST 

OO INMHNDtNT 

Doc't OiKOunt Otug%, Ihe ei> 
ponding Independent, neetfl 
phormocltt to trotn lor ilore 
monooef/ownerthtp. locotlont 
In Chlcogo't well and 
touthwetl tubufbt, olio Jollet 
area. Mm) be oogreiilve, will- 
ing to make long term commit- 
menf. High volume Dor ex. For 
appointment call Jim Curtey, 
Doc't Drugt. 

(312)ttS-4SS9 



TEACHERS* 
SUBSTITUTES 

For pre-school in 
ROUND LAKE. Full and 
part time, excellent 
benefits. 

Call: 

(312)5464383 



HIGH SCHOOL 
STUDENT 

for 

Weekend Orchard 
Work near Volo, 
must have own 
transportation. 



(312) 54S-2272 

evenings 



(■ART TIMI 
DILIVIflV 

Eorly A.M. Hours.7 Dov» 
per week .Dependable 
vehicle* required. 

Apply In pmnott 

7A.M.-I7P.M. 

Ottcafo tribune lervlce 
560 B. Main Street 
Lake Zurich, Illinois 



IISTlTECINlKIST 

Part Time 

Thurtdoy, Friday and Saturday. 
Include, benefit*. Highland 
Park location. Immediate 
opening. 

Pleat* Call 

(312)234-8795 

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on equal opportunity employer 



MERCHINDISER 

We ore a national diilribulor at 
boofct and video* *eehing an 
Individual to work 10-15 hour* 
per week (lleilble.doyllme 
noun) mefchandlilng our pro- 
duct* In McHerw-y. Llndenhurtl 
and Round Lake A/ea retail 
(tore*. Storting tolary SS per 
hour. Cor nece**ory, For con- 
ilderotion, call Pot Brewer bet' 
ween 9 a.m. 12 collect at 
(312)440-4447. EOC/M/F. 

CJ.S., A SIKIIIMT 

tf CUSLETT 
CltCIUTIH Ct. 



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Um.01. Iwitc tajf 9. P.O. Bex 

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effect 

(402)44>3.S41 1 



SMART CAR Buyers shop 
Lakeland Classified first. 
Turn your cor into cash the 
quick and easy way. Just 
call. 



TRACTOR-TRAILOI 
DRIVER WANTED 

Good man needed thot 
knows Chicago and *ur- 
rounding suburbs. Will 
report eoch day fa 
North Chicago, Illinois. 

Good pay and benefits. 

For further information call 

Fred. Jr. * 

(312)o2t4fttl 



SECURITY GUARD 
Part-Time 

We are teeklng a dependable Individual with o good work record 
lor our port- time pot) lion at Security Guard (minimum of 30 
houn). Prevtowi Mcwrity experience desired. Hours indude: 



Sund a y- 11:00 p.m.-4:30 e.ni. 
Ttn i r w w)ey-S:00 p.m.- «:00 p.m. 

Apply In Person 

SOLO CUP CO. 

1700 Old Oeerfietd Rd. 
Hlghlond Pari*, II., 60035 

fOC/M/F 



JUKE BOX SATURDAY NIGHT 
SPORTS BAR IN FOX LAKE 

Looking for a local lady for promotions/general 
office duties. Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 a.m.- 
S p.m. 

Apply in person 

Evan Women© 

Juke Box Saturday Night Sports Bar 

37316 Stanton Point Rd. 

Ifigleside, Illinois 60041 

(Fox Lake, Illinois) 

(312)5«7SOBS 




KMART 

HELP WANTED 

AUTO MECHANIC 

EXCELLENT PAY 

COMPANY BENEFITS 



Thursday, August 26 

Friday, August 29 
Saturday* August 30 

9:30 a.m. to 9;30 p.m. 



acturing. 
Opportunity to moke sub- 
stantial Income. Equip- 
ment and training 
provided to start your own' 
business repairing and 
remanuf acturing junk car 
and truck batteries. For In- 
formation call or write (in* 
elude phone numbor/AC): 
Battery Builders Cor- 
poration, 121 West 
Franklin Avenue, Min- 
neapolis, MN. 55404 

1.(612)874-1558 

18-35-9 

PAfTT-TIMI $20,000 plus 
full lime unlimited. Ex- 
clusive dealership. 
National company. 
America's most desired 
products. Continuous 
training. $2795 investment 
product secured. 

1 -(405)842-8996 
or 

t -(405)842-8922 

Monday-Friday 
9a.m. -5p.m. 

18-35-11 

OWN PART of New Shop- 
ping Plaza. Heavy traffic* 
area. Missouri Hwy. 86 and 
P, 10 miles to Eureka 
Springs, Ark. 3600 sq.ft. 4 
units. Monthly Income 
$1340. Tax Benefits. 
$122,400. ($34 per sq.ft.) 
Retiring. Owner. 

1 -(417)271 -3660 
before 4 p.m. 

18-35-15 

IARNINGS $1000$ 1 500 
weekly. Manufacturer of 
industrial shop equipment 
seeks distributor-dealers 
for Illinois. Earnings $1000 
$1500 weekly. Training 
and catalog furnished. 
Minimum investment of 
$2850. Secured by in- 
ventory. 

1-(800)84S-2S07 . 
-1835-17- 




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FREE ESTIMATE 
(312) 587-5151 

Fully Insured 




-' LHASA APSO puppy. 
Male, ready 9/8/86. $250, 
AKC registered. 

(312)223-7899 

, 51-35-3 

LOVI BIRDS, peach foced, 
born the fourth of July, $25 
each. 

(312)526-3557 
-51-36-42- 




WURL1TZIR. doubU 
keyboard organ. Asking* 
$350. 

(312)223-4668 
after 5 p.m. 
52-35-28 .-.:. 





ANTIQUI WALNUT dining 
room set, table with 
leaves, 6 chairs, buffet. 
and china cabinet. Ex- 
cellent condition. $1500 / 
best offer. 

(312)2231793 
53-35-26 




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MUiTI FAMIIY. garoge 
*ole. Mood Court, Fox 
Loko. August 29-30-31. 9 
om ..6 p.m. Contractor's 
loots. hardwood 

mouldings. Crate .and 
Barrel Items and ham- 
mock, now Grant lei- 
urmon's jacket. 

Professional art supplies. 
vacuum cleaners, like-new 
Schwinn exorcycle, 
washer, refrigerator, new 
solid oak countertops, 
mis*es H/16 clothing, 
mens XL clothing, lawn 
mowers, Discovery 
childrcns toys, blueprint 
drawers, slgnpross with 
type, lottors for sprayed 
signs, woodon stools, 1/2 
block north ol Grand on 
Route 1 2 al Mead Court. 

55-35-59 

A LAKHAND News- 
paper's ClossHled ad can 
help you turn unwanted 
Items into cash. To sell 
olmosl anything, fust coll 
our offico nearest you. 
(312)223-8161 



GIANT MOVING Sale. Too 
much to take to California. 
Dog, Brittany Spaniel," 
great hunter", 1 year old. 
Pool loblo. tractor, in- 
cludes attachments ol 
mower- snow blower- cart- 
leaf collector. Roto tiller. 
Nearly 1 /4 ' of a century of 
household furnishings. 
Stop by Labor Day 
wookend. Saturday, 
Sunday and Monday. 
August 30-31 and. Sep- 
tember 1. 10033 Hlllshiro 
Drive, W. Richmond, 
Illinois ' 

--55-35S8— — 




COUNCIL CLOSET 

(formwly Council Thrill Shop) 

Hit put bx* to xlxri ci<xh«. »«. 
(miiIwc, inclixfitf 2 "tm. [nil 
brtroom tcti Dp*a S I m Is 5 9 m. 
UojvJjj iM9u(h Sjturdn Ptocndv to 
Nilioad Council 01 itntA Women 
Oon*rio*ii KctBted it (Odd awAtiM. 
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MI|«iwoerf. Ml. 



I M,P, ACE riding mowor, 
30 Inch cut, 5 speed, $275. 
(312)249-2330 

days 

(312)223-5041 

affor 6 p.m. 

57-35-52 

GAS STOVI, 30 Inches, 
white, Roper, double ovon 
$75. 

(414)843-2766 
after 4 p.m. 

57-35-84 

DREAM BUILDER. Art 
contractor does com- 
mercial and residential 
advertising art, logos, 
lettor heads, news lottors, 
flyers, posters and signs. 
Flno art of any kind for 
your homo sensibly priced. 
Wo build dreams. 

(312)587-2236 
after 4 p.m. 

or 
Saturdays • 
9a.m.-5p,m. 
57-35.83 

STEEL BUILDING material. 
Factory direct. Up to 40 
percent off. New, never 
beon erected steel frames 
and siding for eight 
straightwall buildings. 
30x48, was $5324 now 
$3672. 36x60, wos $7939, 
now $5475. 42x72. was 
$10,645, now $7341. 
1 -(800)843-8275 
57-35-U 






caslons. Weddings, an- 
niversaries, parties, 
portraits. Professional 
photos at affordablo 
prices. 

(312)356-2230 
Bruce CCalry 

—57-52-19 

19 INCH Panasonic color 
T.V. excellent con-. 
dition,$125. 32 Inch colling 
fan, 3 speed reversible 
with 5 light Florentine kit, 
$35. 

(312)395-3864 

before 4 p.m. 

Sandy 

_ 57-35-85 ■ 

100 SUNBEDS, Sunal-Wollf 
Systems. While they last. 
Buy direct from manufac- 
turer. Save thousands. 
Professional start-up kit In- 
cluded. Commercial and 
residential. Lamps and 
lotions, 

1 -(800)228-6292 

57-35-10 — 

HALF PRICE!! Flashing 
arrow signs $269! Lighted, 
non-arrow $2591 Unlighted 
$2291 Free ■ letters! Full, 
factory warranty. Limited 
time only. See locally. Call " 
today I 

I -(800)4230163 
anytime 

57-35-18 

FIND A JOI, or fill d'iobi 
with Lakeland Classified. 



SEWING MACHINES: Due 
to school budget cuts the 
nation's largest manufac- 
turer Is offering new heavy 
duty freearms with many 
stitches, buttonholes, 
everythingl Originally 
$400>now $139-20 year 
guarantee. Mastercard, 
Visa, American Express,). 
Layaway C.O.D. Free 
delivery. 

1.(315)593-8755 
onytimo 

57-35-B— : 

SHAMPOO BOWL and 
chair, never used, ex- 
cellent condition $200. 
(312)546-1830 
evenings 

—57-35-64 

TWO WHITE wedding 
gowns, size 10 and slzo 9, 
$125 each. 

• (312)623-2178 

57-35-41 , 

PINBALL MACHINE, $100. 
Ro1otlller,$100. 

(312)546-0929 

57-35-38 

MUST SELL now I Golf 
clubs, factory salesman 
must sell samples at once. 
New lull sol, mens and 
lodies. Cheap, 

(312)395-9270 

57-35-34 ' 

BUYERS AND sellers come 
together every week in 
Lakeland Classified. 
- (312)223-8161 



DINING SIT. Round, 2 
leaves, 4 chairs, solid, 
perfect for recreation 
room, $150. Love seat, 
plaid... with wood trim, 
excellent condition, $120. 
1.(414)857-2402 
59-35-1 



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SOFA, EARTHTONES, 

floral pattern, excellent 
condition, 

after 5 p.m. 
312)223-8207 

59-35-27 

SOFA. EARTHTONES, 
floral pattern, excellent 
condition, after 5 p.m. 
(312)223-8207 

59-3527 

TAN COUCH excellent 
condition, 1 year old, best 
offer. 

(312)362-8542 

59-J15-5 

QUEEN BID with frame 
and box springs, 2 years 
old, must sell, moving. 
Best offer. 

(312)362-8542 
59-35-6 

WHETHER YOU'RE looking 
for an employer or on 
employee. Lakeland's 
Employment Guide will 



CASH FOR Gold, silver, 
diamonds, coins, and 
antiques. Wtltiom H. LTD, 
420 Sheridan Road, 
HIghwood.lll. 

(312)433-5595 

60-35-80 

WANTED - TO buy slot, 
•machines, any condition or 
parts, olso old Wurlitzer 
juke boxes and 
nickeldeons. Paying cash. 
(312)985-2742 
- ] , 60-35-17 j- . . , 




CARD READINGS 

horoscopes. 

(312)438-3472 
-62-44-29 



and 



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with Lakeland Classified. 



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CHRISTMAS ARTS ond . 

crafts fair. Western 
Kenosha County Senior. 
Center. Hwy. C, 1/2 mile 
east of Rte. 45. November 
22nd. ,10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Table space available. 
Dealers call 

(414)843-3828 

8o.rn.to 3p.m. 

Monday through Friday 

63-37-47 



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Newspapers mf^ CfVICf^ 

potlight 

Put Your Business In The f o <• o\ o o o o a a. a 
Lakeland Spotlight. Call 1*1 »1 aza-81 61 



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ANTIOCH'S SELF SERVICE & 
STORAGE PLACE 

Corner of Anita *% Depot St, 

U-LOCK-IT 



INDOOR OUTDOOR STORAGE 



SECURITY FENCED & LIGHTED 
RESERVE SPACE NOW! 

For More Information 



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REE ALLERGY SCREEN 

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SCHOOL PHYSICAL $ J p 

Excluding Immunization | y 

Dr. Daniel Yomshon 
Allergist 

37 N. Whitney St. 
Gray slake, III., 60030 

For Appointment Call 

(312) 223-1400 or (312) 9SM729 



Dr. Yamshon Offering 
Free Allergy Screens 



Blaoktopping 

Commercial 

and 
Residential 

Kb Owe Cmt Bwii Out Pita; Ot 
Wa&K Out QiutWu 

ALL WORK CVARAMTEED 

Call Anytime For Free Eitimatei 

(312)546-5600 



Since this pollen season is one of the worst. 
Dr. Daniel Yamshon is doing free allergy 
screens at his offices, one of which is located 
at 37 Whitney St. in Grayslake. 

Dr. Yamshon specializes in adult and 
pediatric allergy.* He sees many children 
with behavior problems, disabilities and at- 
tention deficit syndromes. Asthma, allergic 
rhinitis, eczema, and hives are common 
disorders that are seen every day. En- 
vironment and environmental control are 
two subjects that are greatly stressed. In- 
dustrial diseases are also dealt 'with. Skin 
testing and allergy injections are diagnostic, 
and treatment regimens arc somethimes 
used. 

Dr. Yamshon received his training in 
Pediatrics at Michael Reese Hospital and 
Presbyterian St. Lukes Hospital, Chicago, 
He is board certified in pediatrics. He also 
had his allergy fellowship at Rush 
Presbyterian St. Lukes Hospital, and is 
currently a Fellow of the Illinois and Chicago 
Allergy Society. The doctor is also a member 
of the American College of Allergists, and a 
Fellow of the American Academy of 
Pediatrics. 

The screens done by Dr. Yamshon consist 
of a question and answer period, a brief 
exam, and pictorial displays and recom- 
mendations. The doctor is in his Grayslake 
office on Wednesdays from 3:30 to 8 p.m.; 
and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The 
phone number is (312) 223-1400. 



Visa Mast nCoid 
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Professional Nurse... 

An Alpha NurM Is -- 

Professional and Caring 

With 

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Welcome to the 

uue suhiui iKsrjoaur 

Polish-German-American Food 

Serving: Weekdays 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. 
Sat* & Sun. 8 a.m. to TO p.m. 
•Roast Duck, Goulash & Spaetzel 
■Polish Sausage & Sauerkraut 
•Stuffed Cabbage (Galompki) 
•Assorted Homemade Soups & Czarnina 
•Every Sunday -Campagne Breakfast 

21401 -116th Street 
Bristol, Wis. 

Rte. 83 to North Avenue, East to Nelson Road 
to 1st Stop sign "Hwy C", turn right approx- 
imately 1 '/» miles. 

(414)862-2979 



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NORM'S HOME 
MAINTENANCE 

No Job Too Small. I'll Do It All. 

• ftamodallna 

Kltehmna, Bathroom* 
& Roe Rooms 

•Pointing And 
Wallpapering 

•Flooring 

(alt typ9t) 

•Siding And Roofing 
•Carpentry 

Dock. * Addition* 

All Work Vary Wall Dana 

FPU t ISTIMATSS. CALL 

(414)537^2439 




Wharton 

Blacktop Paving Inc. 
' Of Grayslake I Liberiyville 

Local 

And 

Reliable 

Established 1954 
•Drlvowoys •Sool Coot 
•Forking Lots •Rofurfoclng 

Seal Coat Specialists 



Coal far Intuition 



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PROMPT 



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AND SAVI ON OUAUTT WOW 

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|3-i 2) 223-5634 

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NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC SALE 

Pursuant to the uniform 
commercial codes and its 
rights under security 
ogreement, Grayslake Na- 
tional Bank will sell a 1980 
Bulck LeSobre at Fort 
Hatnesvllle garage, 
Hainetville. Illinois. 

Tuesday, September 2. 
1986 at 10:30 a.m. 

TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER 
FOR CASH 

The Public Is Invited To Bid 



WIITEI 
IMSE SHE MTCittS 

For Indoor Fall & 
Winter Leagues star- 
ting the 3rd week of 
September. At 

PITCNIN' PALACE 

Off 1-94, in Racine County. 

(414) 8864555 

After 5:00 p.m. 



SPUD IOAT, 75 
hp. Johnson motor, with 
trailer, $800 or best offer. 
(312)546-5039 

.—7335-78 

12 FT. CHRIS. Craft 
Sailboat. $200. Boot hoist, 
$100. 

(312)546-0929 

73-35-37 

1«M KAVOT pontoon 
Admiral, 24 foot, 
blue/while. 15 Passenger, 
50 H.P. Murcory engine, 
carpeted, built-in bar, sink) 
and refrigerator. Full 
aluminum cover. Plus paid 
slip in Fox Lake. $9500 or # 
best oiler. 

(312)831-0077 

73-35-54 J 



JET BOAT 
SPECIALISTS 

U*4 bt* Mafca. lajto IrH OHC CtM 
■nbwi C i»,* U biwf dm 

(312) 5#*-***0 

or toll Ire* 

1 -aOO-892-8244 

lit 134 at Nipper sir* M. 
■ound lode 



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LOST CAT. black with 

black collar, answers to 

Katy. Lost in vicinity of 4 

Country Squire Restaurant, 

corners of 45 and 120. 

(312)381-2274 

after 8 p.m. 

65-3579 



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FOUND IMS Anlioch High 
School ring. Must identify. 
(315)336-2696 
66-35-49 



'It FT. Scotty camper. 

; Stove, sink, toilet, sleeps 

3. $800. ' 

(312)249-2924 

after 4 p.m. 

74-35-48 • 

Hit, SHASTA travel 
trailer. Self-contained, 
roof air, tandem axel, 
excellent condition. $4500. ■ 
(312)546-5976 

74-35-51 

1*71 CRUISE Air motor, 
home. 28 ft. 440 Dodge 
engine, gene*ator, 
awning, roof air, and 
storage pod. A good buy at 
" $11,500. 

(312)223-8557 
74-35-4 



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KITTINS. TWO black, -two 
black and white. Very cute 
and lovable. 

(414)862-6132 
67-35-44 



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MOTOR HOMI 
KINTAL 

*MO A We* . 10' A Mil* 
Security Deposit Re- 
quired 
Coll After 6 P.M. 

(312) 223-2504 




VIRT MUCH needed, 
occasional ride from Round 
Lake to Abbott Park- 
dayshift. 

(312)546-1279 • 

7235-36 

HOUSE HUNTING? Find 
just the home you're 
looking for in Lakeland 
Newspapers' Classified. 
(312)223-8161 



1979 KAWASAKI KZ1300. 
Full dressed, air shocks, 
stereo, with everything, 
$1500. 

(312)949-7485 

76-35-64 

mi YAMAHA Seca 750. 
excellent condition, new 
tune-up. battery, and tires, 
17,000 miles, $995 or best 
offer. 

(312)587-5310 
-76-35-75 




THJS WEEK'S! 



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SALOME i 

Arte* (Mar. 21- Apr 19) It', "iteming 
Lamb* Cut off false friends who never 
at bat Cut back on iiiliiimii too. 




time for all you 
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■ (A|v.20>M*y2n9faM]omU^m«btck<«rle« 
folks never cow determined bovinea. Your stand 
you respect and adds to your moor strength. 



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activitiai bumps into a 
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VLrf • (Aug. 23,-Sept 22} The domestic area rkentnafm 
A famuy member may require more of your time. Help 
prepare apjooua ynungwtwre far the opening of schooL 

U*rm (Sept 230ct 22) Shop now for the necessities re- 
quired by family members going off to school or to new 
jobs. Rnaneeiw your own goals as changes develop at work 



■ !OcL 23-Nov. 21) Careful You may he about to 
set out on a venture without knowing where the hidden 
risks lie. Ask more questions; you've been too trusting. 




_ (Dec 22-Jan. 19) Ahoy. Get set to change 
course as new facts emerge and hidden risks become visi- 
ble. Navigate carefully to avoid 



Afuriw (Jan. 20- Feb. 181 A new venture may seem too 
risfry for others to support But if you beaeve bit, go ahead 
with it Rely on your gift for seeing what others can t 



(Feb, 19-Mor. 20) A personal triumph follows a 
„l of intense emotional esperiencea. Your courage is ad- 
mired by many, "*-k*K"i that very special someone 
© 1986, McNaught Sypd 

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19M SUZUKI motorcycle 
GS550, low miles, many 
extras, runs and looks like 
new, $975 or best offer, . 
(312)526-5073 

76-35-73 

19SS NINJA. 600R 
Kawasaki, with extras, 
$2400. 

(312)546-3009 

76-35-68 

1913 KAWASAKI 550 
Spectre, excellent con- 
dition, low miles, $1500 or 
best offer. 

(312)395-1082 
oller6p.ni. 

76-35-65 

1979 KAWASAKI KZ650 
SR. Excellent condition. 
(414)877-9561 . 

76-353— 

1912 KAWASAKI 440 LTD 
edition. Bought new 1984, 
excellent condition, low 
miles. $750 or best offer. 
(312)356-3699 

Tim 
after 6 p.m. 
. 7635 103 

1474 F10, $650. 1979 310 
$B00. 1979 Hartoy 
Davidson with side car, 
make offer. 

(3)2)223-3093 
77-3560- — — 




BUVING MOBILE homes 
for cash. Motor homos and 
campers, 12s, 14s. and 
double wide. 

1.(309)452 0646 • 

79-35-13 r^ 

MOBILE HOME. Kanasville 

12x60, 2 bedroom, brown, 

appliances. $6900. 

(414)877-2878 

(414)279-6625 

79-35-43 



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1979 CAMABO. Good 

condition, V8, automatic, 

air, loaded. $3000/or best. 

(312)746-1396 

83-35-51 

1943 MEBCUBY Cougar. 
Loaded, 1 owner, black 
with cloth interior, $6450. 
Must sell, make offer. 
(312)234-1278 

83-35-27 — 

1*71 FOKO LTD. 2 door. 

excellent condition, $1500 

(312)244-7189 

after 5 p.m. 

-83-35-20- 



1911 CHEVETTE. 

good , must 
$1600/ make offer. 
(312)546-7558 
-Jtl-35-25- 



runs 
sell. 



Iftl CHEVBOtlT. Chevet- 

te hatchback, 4 door. air. 
AM/FM stereo, tapedeck, 
$2800 or best offer.. 

(312)362-6418 

83-35-22 

1979 Chevrolet, Impala, 
needs work 1 $600. 

(312)746-5747 

IMS NISSAN Maxima. 5 
speed, fully loaded, must 
sacrifice $11,900. 
Negotiable. 

(312)623-8075 
after 6 p.m. 

83-3549 

1913 VW GTI. Good 
condition, AM/FM 
cassette, air, sunroof. 
Must sell, make offer. 
(312)234-1278 
83-35-28 



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1977 MUSTANG 2 plus 2, 
302, with T-tops, new 
chrome wheels, brakes 
ond point. $2,000. 

(312)566-9542 
of tor 4:30 p.m. 

-83-35-71 

1977 FOBD LTD. low miles, 
air, nice inside and out. 
$1200. 

(312)395-7939 
Bob 

83-35-70 

1977 PONTIAC Grand 
Prix, all power, sunroof, 
S 1500 or best offer. 
(312)546-0135 

83-35-69 

1979 BUICK Regal, V-6, air 
conditioning, power 
windows. 60,000 miles, 
good condition, $2800. 
(312)223-7644 

— : 83-35-67 

1911 BUICK Regal Limited, 
excellent condition, vory 
sharp, loaded, $3200. 
'(312)356-8285 

83-35-66— 

1974 LINCOLN Town Car, 
86.000 miles, runs fine. 
Needs some body work, 
$1500. 

(312)356-1978 
after 6 p.m. 
83-35-61 



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1979 -FORD Folrmonl, 
automatic transmission, 

Eowor steering, power 
rakes, air conditioning, 
rear defrost, sunroof, low 
miles, clean in and out. 
$1800 or best offer. 
(312)546-3590 
after 5 p.m. 

83-35-62- 

1912 HONDA Accord. 4 
door, excellent condition, 
$3000 or best offer. 
(312)3562059 

83-35 -63 — 

1976 TRANS AM, 6.6 Liter, 
4 speed, Fire Red, T-tops, 
air conditioning, power 
locks, power windows, 
very clean. 

(312)680-7232 
afler 6:30p.m. 

83-35-77 

1978 MURCURY Marquis 
Brougham, 2 door, power 
.steering, power brakes, 
windows, AM/FM radio, 
air conditioning, rear 
window defroster, recent 
tune-up. first $995 takes it. 
(312)526-2789 

83-35-72 

1981 DATSUN 280ZX, 5 
(Speed, AM/FM cassette, 
new front brakes. $6500 
negotiable. 

(312)223-8984 

7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. 

5p.m. to 7 p.m. 

83-35-74 

19IS CHEVY Cavalier. 

Type 10 hatchback. 14,000 

miles, $6,500 or best offer. 

(312)949-1113 

83-35-76 



Tfli v CHIVBOIE 

Chevette hatchback, 
door, air, AM/FM stereo, 
tapedeck, "$2800 or best 
offer. • 

(312)362-6418 

83-35-22 

1971 FIAT 128 sedan, 4 
door, 4 speed, front wheel 
drive, good condition, runs 
good, good gas mileage, 
under 63,200 miles. $900. 
(312)872-1199 

83-35-21 

1971 FOBD LTD, 2 door, 

excellont condition, $1500 

(312)244-7189 

after 5 p.m. 

83-35-20 

1911 CHEVETTE, runs 

?ood, must sell . 
1600/make offer. 
(312)546-7558 
83-35-25 

1978 TOYOTA Collca GT 
llftback 5 speed, clean, 
original owner, well main- 
tained. $2300 or best offer. 

(312)587-1352 

after 6 p.m. or 

(3l2)5B7-0600 

anytime leave message 

. 83-35-57— 

1979 Chevrolet, Impala, 
neods work 1 $600. 

(312)746-5747 

83-35-24 

1974 BUICK Apollo, not 
running but 'several new 
parts, . transmission, 
exhaust system, alter- 
nator, needs new tires, 
$175 or best offer. 

(312)623-2178 

83-3540 

BUYEKS AND sellers come 
together every week in- 
Lakeland Classified. 




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VILLAOI OF OUBNII 

NOTICE TO 

BIDDEBS 



1.TIMI AND Pi ACS OF BID ©FINING. Soolod proposals 
for a 1 Ton Class 4-Wheel Drive Dump Truck for the 
Village of Gurnoe, Lake County. Illinois will be received 
by the Village of Gurnoe until 10:00 A.M., Friday, Sep- 
tember 12, 1986 at the Village Municipal Building, 4573 
Grand Avenue, Gurneo, Illinois and at that time will be 
publicly oponed and read. 

2. DISCBIPTION OF EQUIPMENT. The proposed 
equipment consists of a 1 ton dump truck complete, two 
yard capacity, approximate 11,000 GVW, gasoline 
engine, automatic transmission, hydraulic system, and 
snow plow. 

1. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDEBS. All pertinent documents 
may be obtained for bid purposes or examined at the 
Village Municipal Building. 

No proposal will be considered unless It Is mode on the 
Proposal Form which Is furnished with the Contract 
Documents, 

* 
Sealed envelopes or packages containing proposals shall 
be marked 1 Ton Dump Truck Bid. 

4. BEJECTION OF BIDS. The Village Board of Trustees 
reserves the right to reject any or oil proposals and to 
waive technicalities. Tho Village Board further reserves 
the right to award a contract which. In Its judgements, Is ~ 
In the best Interests ol the Village of Gurhee. 

Richard A. Welton 
Mayor 

Norman C.Bolliet 
Village Clerk 

August 28, 1986 
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1*74 DODGE Charger, 2 

door, automatic, power 

steering/brakes, radio, 

air, good tires, runs well, 

good condition, $1600. 

(312)244-6444 

Monday through Friday 

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

(312)746-2320 

ask for Judy 

83-35-23 

197$ OPEL Sport Wagon. 2 
door, air conditioning, 
stereo, automatic, ex- 
cellent, $1 150. 

(312)657-7446 

83-35-87 

1476 BUICK Century 

Special Edition, red and 

white, low milage, AM/FM 

stereo cossetle, runs good 

' and looks good, $895. 

(312)395-3864 

before 4 p.m. 

Sandy 

83-35-86 

COBVETTES WANTED. 
Any year or condition. 
Also antique, special 
interest cars, and very low 
mileage cars. 

(312)248-3796 
83-35-56 

1471 TOYOTA Celica.' 2 
door, good condition, best 
offer. 

(312)395-5405 
8335-46 

1978 FIAT 128 sedan. 4 

door, 4 speed, front wheel 
drive, good condition, runs 
good, good gas mileage, 
under 63,200 miles. $900. 
(312)872-1199 
63-35-21 

1974 DODGE, Charger, 2 

door, automatic, power 

steering/brakes, radio, 

air, good tires, runs well, 

good condition. $1600, 

(312)244-6444 

Monday through Friday 

9a.m. to 5 p.m. 

(312)746-2320 

ask for Judy 

83-3523 



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-county zoning— 

NOTICI 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of lAKE.it 

TO WHOM IT MAY 

CONCERN: 

PUBLIC NOTICE It hereby 
given lo all persons In the 
town of Grant, Lake 
County, Illinois, thai a 
public hearing will be held 
on Monday, September 15, 
1966, at 1:30 p.m., In the 
Grant Township Hall, 411 
Washington St., Ingleslde, 
IL, 60041, relative to a 
request to rezone a certain 
parcel of property from the 
Commercial Service (CS) 
Zone to the Urban 
Rosidential-3A (UR-3A) 
Zone for the purpose of the 
continued use of a single 
family residence on ihe 
following described real 
estate, to-wil: 

That part of the North 
East % of Section 24, 



Township 
Range 9. 



45 

East 



North, 
of the 



Third Principal 
Meridian, described as: 

Beginning at the South 

West corner of Lot 30 In 

Si, Paul Subdivision as 

shown by a ^ plot 

recorded in Book "L" of 

Plats, Page 13, thence 

East along the South 

line of said Lot 30, 168.8 

feet to the South East 

corner thereof; thence 

South 22 degrees 41 

minutes East along 

Westerly line of 

Augustano Avenue, 

103.9 foot; thence 

South 29 degrees 15 

minutes East along said 

Westerly line of • 

Augustano Avenue, 

37.7 loot; thence North 

80 degrees 58 minutes 

West 250.3 feet* to a 

point on the West line 

ol said North East 'A of 

Section 24 which is 90 

feet South of the point 

of beginning: , thence 

North to fhe point of 

beginning, in' Lake 

County, Illinois. 

The subject property is 
tcxeltd on the West 
side ol . Auguslana 
-Avenuu. approximately 
300 yards North from 
Highway 134. 

As a result of the 
petition of JAMES M. 
STARWALT and DAWN 
STARWALT (record 
owners), which petition Is 
on file and available for 
examination In the office 
of the Lake County Zoning 



Board of Appeals, County 
AdminUtratlon Building, 
IB N. County Street, 
Waukegan, IL„ 60085. All 
nterested persons are 
Invited to attend said 
hearing and be heard. 

LAKE COUNTY 

ZONING BOARD 

OF APPEALS 

JohnP.Relndl, 
Chairman 

For this hearing, 
reasonable oc . 

commodotion will be made 
for handicapped persons. 
This includes ac- 
commodation for the 
vision and hearing lm- 
paired if a request Is made 
within 46 hours of the 
meeting time. 

Dated at Waukegan, 
Illinois., this 12th day of 
August, 1986. 

786D-955-FL 

August 28, 1986 



-IIOAI- 

NOTICI 

NOTICI OF DISMAY OF 

TENTATIVE BUDGET 
AND PUBLIC HEARING 

Notice is hereby given 
by the Board of Education 
of School District No. 47 In 
the County of Lake, State 
of Illinois, that the ten- 
tative budget lor said 
school district for the 
Fiscal Year beginning July 
1, 1986, will be on file and. 
conveniently available to 
public Inspection at Avon 
Center School, located 
one-fourth mile south of 
Rollins Road on Route 83,. 
In this school district 
beginning the 28th day of 
August, 1986, between the 
hours ol 4:00 p.m. and 
12:00p.m. 

Notice Is further hereby 
given that a public hearing 
on said budget will be held 
ol 7:30 p.m. on 29th 
September at Avon Center 
School in this school 
district No. 47. 

Doted this 25th day of 
August, 1986. Board of 
Education of School District 
No. 47, in the County of 
Lake, State of Illinois. 

Signed by: 
Kim Kearby, 
Secretary 

August 28. 1986 
786D-962-GL 



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-LEGAL- 

Notlce Is hereby given by 
the Board of Education of 
School District 114 In the 
County of Lake, State of 
Illinois, that a tentative 
budget for said School' 
District for the fiscal year 
beginning July 1, 1986 will 
bo on file and conveniently 
available to public In- 
spectlon at the ad- 
mlnistratlve office Forest 
School 17 N, Forest Ave., 
Fox Lake, II., Irom and af. 
ter 8:00 A,M on the 5th doy 
of September, 1986, ' 

Notice is further hereby 
given that a public hearing 
of sold budget will be held 
at 7:30 P.M. an the 22nd 
day of September, 1985 at 
the administrative office 
Forest School, 17 K. Forest 
Ave., Fox Lake, II, 

Board of Education 
Fox Lake Grade School 
District No. 114 

Margaret Schuenemann 
Secretary 

August 25, 1986 

786D-960-FL 
August 28, 1986 



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-LEGAL- 

NOTICI 
OF VACATION 

Notice is hereby given 
that more than 51 percent 
of the lot owners in Por- 
ten's Hickory Knoll Sub- 
division In McHenry 
County, Illinois have 
executed an Instrument of 
Vacation of that port ol 
Oman Avenue which is 
located between Lots 12 
and 13 in said subdivision, 
it being their -intention to 
discontinue and prevent 
any and all lutulo use of 
such vacated portion as a 
right of way for travel or 
any other purpose except 
drainage of surface and 
storm water. 

Hickory Knoll 
Community Club, Inc. 

By: Joseph Longmoter, 
President 

August 28, 1986 
786D-964.WL 




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ORDINANCE 
16-01.21 

AN ORDINANCE AMENOING SECTION 11.131, EN- 
TITLED "LICENSES FEES" OF ARTICLE 13, ENTITLED 
"PEDDLERS" OF CHAPTER 6, ENTITLED "RETAIL MER- 
CHANTS" OF TITLE 3, ENTITLED "BUSINESS 
REGULATIONS", OF THE VILLAGE CODE OF ROUND 
LAKE REACH, ILLINOIS. 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF 
TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE BEACH, 
ILLINOIS, AS FOLLOWS: 

SECTION 1: That Section 3-6.12-5, entitled "License 
Fees" of Article 12, Entitled "Peddlers" of Chapter 6, 
entitled "Retail Merchants" of Title 3. Entitled "Business 
Regulations", of the Village Code of Round Lake Beach, 
Illinois, be and is hereby amended to read as follows: 

3-6.12-5: LICENSES FEES: 

The fee for a peddler's license shall be in the omount of 
$50.00 per day, 

SECTION 3: That all Ordinances, or parts of Or- 
dinances, in conflict with this Amending Ordinance be 
and thoy ore ftoreby repealed. 

SECTION 3: That this Ordinances shall be in full force 
and effect from and after is passoge, approval and 
publication, as provided by low. 

Carl Schrlmpf, 
Village President 

ATTEST: 
Becky L. Fox, 
VillageClork 

Presented ond read at o Regulor Meeting of the Round 
Lake Beach Village Board on the 19th day of August, 
1986. 

Passed ond approved at a Regulor Mooting of the 
Round Lake Beach Village Board on the 19th day ot 
August, 1986. 

ROLL CALL: 

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786D-961-RL 
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Faith Evangelical 
Lutheran Church of Antioch 
wiU present Dr. James Dob- 
son's film series. "Turn 
Your Heart Toward Home." 

The first film of the six- 
part scries. "A Fflther Looks 
Back." will be shown at the 
church at 1275 S. Main St. on 
Sunday. Sept. 7 nt 6:30 p.m. 
The other five films will be 



shown Sept. 14 through Oct. 
12. 

Citing examples, Dobson 
portrays the pressures 
parents are susceptible to. 
He says that society's slide 
toward humanism and what 
he calls the undermining in- 
fluences of radio, television, 
films, and the press can only 
be counterbalanced by a 
loving home where Christian 



values are instilled from an 
early age. 

The film series was 
released by Word Publishing 
and Focus on the Family. 
Inc. 

Faith Evangelical 
Lutheran Church will 
provide babysitters. For fur- 
ther information, call (312) 
395-1660. 



St. Peter's Women Plan For 
Bake Sale And Meeting 



St Peter's, Council of 
Catholic Women is spon- 
soring a Labor Day Bake 

Sale on Saturday and Sun- 
day, Aug. 30 and 31 after all 
Mases. The proceeds of the 

sale will be donated to the 
Renovation Fund for the 
purpose of repairing and 
redecorating the church. 
Michelle Fuller and Kathy 
Taylor are the chairpersons 



for this event. 

Ceil Jordan, president of 
the women's group, invites 
all women of the parish to an 
open meeting at on Tuesday, 
Sept. 2. Ladies will meet in 
St. Peter's Church at 7 p.m. 
for prayers and Benediction, 
followed by a business 
meeting in the hall. The 
progrnm, "Forms of Per- 
sonal Prayers" (things God 



has put in the universe that 
move persons to prayer) will 
be presented by Sister 
Brideen. Refreshments will 
be served. 

Honored 

Frank Onesti, Antioch, has 
been named to the 
Presidential ■ Honor Society 
at the DeVry Institute of 
Technology in Chicago. 




Kentucky Fried Cheek 

Antioch Parks and Recreation Director Glenda Tomaschtik (left) accepts a check 
for $200 from Robin Monroe of Antioch Kentucky Fried Chicken. During the months 
of June and July; 50 cents from every bucket of chicken sold went to charity under 
the Walter Payton promotion. Part of the money was to be used for local projects. 
The parks department received the local share from Antioch Kentucky Fried 
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Lake County Crime Stop- 
pers, Inc. is rated as one of 
this nation's, top 10 most 
productive programs with a 
felony conviction rate over. 
95 percent, Lake County 
Sheriff Robert H. Babcox 
has announced. 

Babcox credits 

cooperation between citizens 
and Crime Stoppers with it's 
success. 

Sheriff Babcox .released 
figures today which indicate 
the following: Stolen proper- 
ty recovered -1 million, 480 
dollars (1.000.480) Drugs 




ers One Of Best 



confiscated (street value) 
$1,261,644 Total felony 
arrests- 980 Total felony 
cases cleared by arrest-1,387 
Total felony prosecutions- 
420 Total felony convlctions- 
400 Reward money given out 
toinformants-$8l,450. 

This past year the cities of 
Waukegan, North Chicago 
and Zion joined with Lake 
County.to form Lake County 
Crime Stoppers.Inc, which 
formed in 1983. Babcox was 
instrumental in organizing 
■ the unit in effort to futher 
unite citizens and law en- 



forcement. 

Sheriff Babcox 

stated, "Crime Stoppers 
wonts your information, not 
your name, and remember, 
the program offers cash 
awards up to $1,000 to 
ananymous callers who offer 
information leading to the 
arrest and indictment of 
felony offenders." 

Sheriff Babcox summed 
up by saying/'After. nearly 



four years as Sheriff of Lake 
County, I am still convinced 
that the single greatest 
deterrent to crime is public 
awareness. More than 90 
percent of crime control is in 
prevention, and this is the 
result of (1) efficent police 
patrol and (2) cooperation 
from citizens by monitoring, 
observing and notifying their 
local law enforcement agen- 
cy of suspicious activities." 





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(312) 
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The Lake County Sheriffs Dept. Warrents Division and 
Crime Stoppers are seeking information on the whereabouts 
of one. McDermott, Larry R. He is wanted on failure to ap- 
pear warrents for residential burglary, theft and bond 

violation. 

McDermott is described as a M/W, 28 years of age, 6'2" in 
night, 180 lbs. with brown hair and brown eyes. His last 
known whereabouts were somewhere in Lake County. 

If you have any information about this crime or any other, 
felony fugitive, contact Crime Stoppers at (312)662-2222. 

If your information results In an arrest and inditement you 
will be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000. 

Remember, Crime Stoppers wants your information not 
"your name. . 




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